i dont want this bar how do i get it off?

    -1  Views: 182 Answers: 2 Posted: 11 years ago

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    If this is concerning akaQA, it's more than likely attached to your toolbar. You would have to uninstall the toolbar to remove the application that directs you to our site via the ask a question box found on web pages or a button on the toolbar. I do not know which toolbar you have that it's attached to. If you see a green or blue Ask a Question button on your tool bar, right click on it, select show/hide, find the akaQA icon and click on it. This will deactivate ask a question (akaQA).

    Or to remove the toolbar, follow these steps Start menu > Control panel > add/uninstall programs > locate the toolbar, if it's Bing, it hides under the name conduit or conduit engine > uninstall

    I just spent the time that I should have been answering this removing your 8 other posted questions asking the same thing. I can either answer the question or continue spending my time removing your repeats. It's up to you. You are not posting to a live chat box. There are many posted questions before yours. The volunteers here get to the questions as soon as they can.


    I just voted up on you and down on this guy....

    Thanks jh, just remember, TD's cause you to lose 10 points. I don't think impatient people are worth the loss of 10 points ;)

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