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how do i remove the property bee toolbar from Firefox 7?

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We're trying to move home, and were interested in tracking property prices. I attempted to install a toolbar from PropertyBee. It did eventually install, but doesn't work, and every time I start Firefox 7, a pop up window appears saying 'Do I want to finish the installation?' If I say no, it crashes Firefox; I did say yes once (and it installed the non working toolbar!; if I say remind me later, it does go away! BUT I'd like to get rid of it, and can't find a way.

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firemike 3 solutions 15 answers

Start Firefox in Safe Mode. Go to the Addon's and Remove the PropertyBee toolbar completely. Restart Firefox. If this doesn't work, uninstall Firefox and re-install it from a new download.

3rd party Toolbars are generally bad in my experience. Most of them try to load more toolbars and other unwanted software, so they are just not worth it. You might have to have a few tabs open and reload a few pages instead.