Alternatives to Ask Toolbar for all platforms with any license



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  • Yahoo! Toolbar icon

    Yahoo! Toolbar

    Download Yahoo! Toolbar with popup blocker and anti-spyware protection. Search from anywhere on the web, receive mail alerts and...

    Free Mac Windows Linux Chrome OS

  • Google Toolbar icon

    Google Toolbar

    Google toolbar resides above the browsers tab bar and provides a search box to carry out web searches. Users can login into their...

    Free Mac Windows Linux

  • Free-To-Try Community Toolbar icon

    Free-To-Try Community Toolbar

    Get the latest news and downloads from Free-To-Try. Be the first to get our latest software! Add us to your browser now. The toolbar...

    Free Windows Web / Cloud

  • Bing Toolbar icon

    Bing Toolbar

    Search, connect with Facebook, sign up to earn rewards, and experience other cool features with the new Bing Bar, formerly Bing...

    Free Windows

  • Monocle icon


    Monocle is a search tool designed for the way you search. Monocle hangs out in the menu bar and you bring it up with one hot key. You...

    Free Mac

Ask Toolbar Comments

I hate toolbars altogether, probably the only toolbar I don ...

Comment by mostwanted
about Ask Toolbar Jun 2011

I hate toolbars altogether, probably the only toolbar I don't mind using is Google's IE toolbar since it provides a Speed Dail for the browser. Now that IE9 will have it own, I have gladly uninstalled it.

And yes I've seen ask prepackage in lots of software, at one point I remember it was prepackage in KMPlayer and there was never an option to op-in or out of installing it.


I hate this one the most

Negative Comment by OmgItsTheSmartGuy
about Ask Toolbar Jun 2011

Out of all the crappy toolbars out there, I hate this one the most. Not that it's more annoying than any other generic toolbar- It's just that feels obligated to prepackage this with every piece of software available on the internet, or so it seems. If you're a person who frequently tries new software, you've probably seen an installer prompting you to get the Ask Toolbar at least a couple dozen times by now. It's really quite irritating.