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How do I move or get rid of the green McAfee button in upper left screen corner. Cause 1/2 inch of screen to be tied up for one button.

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Green McAfee button ties up 1/2 row of available screen for a single button. Any way to move or delete this button?

This happened

Every time Firefox opened

== From install

Green McAfee button ties up 1/2 row of available screen for a single button. Any way to move or delete this button? == This happened == Every time Firefox opened == From install

Chosen solution

What extensions do you have? Check by going to Tools | add-ons | extensions panel

Uninstalling Extensions:

Extensions:

1. On the menu bar, select Tools

2. Add-ons

3. Select the extension you want to uninstall.

4. Click Uninstall . Again when prompted

You will need to restart Firefox

It may also be listed in Control Panel | Add or remove programs

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Chosen Solution

What extensions do you have? Check by going to Tools | add-ons | extensions panel

Uninstalling Extensions:

Extensions:

1. On the menu bar, select Tools

2. Add-ons

3. Select the extension you want to uninstall.

4. Click Uninstall . Again when prompted

You will need to restart Firefox

It may also be listed in Control Panel | Add or remove programs

What extensions do you have? Check by going to Tools | add-ons | extensions panel Uninstalling Extensions: <u>Extensions:</u> 1. On the menu bar, select '''Tools''' 2. Add-ons 3. Select the extension you want to uninstall. 4. Click '''Uninstall''' . Again when prompted You will need to restart Firefox It may also be listed in Control Panel | Add or remove programs