Disabling toolbars, resizing screens, and accidentally closed tabs


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Disabling toolbars, resizing screens, and accidentally closed tabs

This is Jessica Stratton and welcome to Monday Productivity Pointers. This week, we're still talking about your biggest browser annoyances and how to fix them. In the last video I showed you how to remove saved usernames that were wrong. This time, I'm trying to cover as many annoyances as I can. So let's dive right in. Something that you should be doing every few months, is looking at the top of your browser and seeing if you have any toolbars that you don't want. In fact, as you install more apps over time, you may find that you have new toolbars.

Some apps install a toolbar and sometimes they just sneak in. And you may notice that all of a sudden, you have a lot less screen area to work with. As you can see, I have two toolbars here. Now sometimes they get installed when you're installing another program such as Java. You need to look and uncheck the button that says yes also install this toolbar while I'm installing this other program. So there's a few ways that you can get...

Disabling toolbars, resizing screens, and accidentally closed tabs
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Disabling toolbars, resizing screens, and accidentally closed tabs provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Jess Stratton and Garrick Chow and Nick Brazzi as part of the Monday Productivity Pointers

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