Alternatives to Ask Toolbar for all platforms with any license


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  • 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 Gmail accounts and access their email...

    Free Mac Windows Linux

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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 access your toolbar from any PC. ...

    Free Mac Windows Linux Chrome OS

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  • 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 Toolbar, or MSN Toolbar.

    Free Windows

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  • 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 offers latest freeware, shareware...

    Free Windows Web

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  • 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 can easily switch between engines...

    Free Mac

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Ask Toolbar Comments

Comment by mostwanted
about Ask Toolbar · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful

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.