A toolbar which used to work is now not verified in Firefox and I can't use it. Can you help please?
I have used Nectar both as my homepage and as an added toolbar for many years now. I have always it to be simple and easy-to-use (a great advantage for an ageing technoph…
I have used Nectar both as my homepage and as an added toolbar for many years now. I have always it to be simple and easy-to-use (a great advantage for an ageing technophone!) and it was particularly useful in letting me know what stores I could shop with via Nectar to increase my Nectar points. Points were also accumulated for carrying out 'searches', another useful feature.
Over the past few months I have experienced continuing difficulties with this to the point where I contacted Nectar. They kindly added 'free' points to my account to compensate for the fact that I had been unable to use the toolbar or to shop via Nectar. They suggested I uninstall and then reinstall the upgraded version of their toolbar. I have tried to do so on several occasions but have been unsuccessful in being able to access online stores via Nectar and also to add to my points total using the Nectar search facility.
Having tried again, unsuccessfully, to reload the toolbar, I now find a message from Firefox saying "Nectar Toolbar could not be verified for use in Firefox. Proceed with caution."
Can you please verify this product so that I can continue its use? I do not know how else to over come this issue and would like things to be as simple as they were before this issue arose.
I hope someone can help - but please bear in mind my state of technophobia and explain things in a very simple manner for me (ie without the use of computer 'jargon' and technical wording!).
Thank you and hoping you can help.
Firefox has been my default browser for years. I use Outlook for email, and have also for years. Suddenly, a few weeks ago, Firefox stopped opening links I click on wit…
Firefox has been my default browser for years. I use Outlook for email, and have also for years. Suddenly, a few weeks ago, Firefox stopped opening links I click on within an email. So I've temporarily switched to Windows Explorer as my default browser; and, the email links do open in there OK.
I'm running Windows Vista in case that matters, on this notebook.
How do I fix this in Firefox? Or, do I have to continue to use Explorer as my default browser?