How to Uninstall Ask Toolbar Completely in Just Minutes?

Tips to Uninstall Ask Toolbar

Sometimes you may need to uninstall Ask Toolbar from your computer but you probably would find that it was quite difficult to uninstall Ask Toolbar completely. There are some simple methods to remove it from your computer. Please read this post and follow the instructions step by step. The manual methods would be quite complicated for you if you are not very familiar with the computer. Therefore, you have to finish every step carefully. Do not miss any one of them in order to successfully uninstall Ask Toolbar from your computer.

Manual Ways to Uninstall Ask Toolbar

1. Click “Start” —-”Control Panel” —-”Add/Remove Programs”

2. Please highlight the Ask Toolbar in the current installed programs list.

3. Click the “Remove” button and follow the uninstall wizards.

Please review related file leftovers and this may help you completely uninstall Ask Toolbar:, Unknown PF file or application, left in C:\WINDOWS\Prefetch, 30.8 KB (31,622 bytes), 36.0 KB (36,864 bytes) on disk, 32.0 KB (32,806 bytes), 18.1 KB (18,598 bytes)

You may use this manual method to search & delete related registry entries leftovers to thoroughly uninstall Ask Toolbar:

HKEY_USERS\S-1-5-21-606747145-1078145449-682003330-500\Software\Microsoft\Search Assistant\ACMru\5603, 000
HKEY_USERS\S-1-5-21-606747145-1078145449-682003330-500\Software\Microsoft\Search Assistant\ACMru\5603, 002
HKEY_USERS\S-1-5-21-606747145-1078145449-682003330-500\Software\Microsoft\Windows\ShellNoRoam\MUICache, C:\DOCUME~1\ADMINI~1\LOCALS~1\Temp\{86D4B82A-ABED-442A-BE86-96357B70F4FE}\AskPartnerCobrandingTool.exe, data, Ask Toolbar Partner Cobranding

Note: The leftovers of Ask Toolbar should be removed completely. That is the only way to uninstall Ask Toolbar throughly. Before you edit or remove the registry keys of Ask Toolbar, please make a backup for it at first. You should know that any miss deleting of the registry entries would bring you lots of troubles on the computer. You may encounter the blue screen death of errors, unstable PC system and other system problems. If you get problems after you delte the registry keys of Ask Toolbar, you can restore the backup to take your computer to the previous state.

Extral Tips: You still need to disable the Ask Toolbar Add-ons in your web browser.

1. For Windows Internet Explorer users, you can click on the Tools menu > Internet Options item > click Programs tab > the Manage Add-ons… button > highlight the below items associated with Ask Toolbar > choose Disable option in Settings box.

2. Please re-start your Internet Explorer to let the changes take effect.

3. If you use Fire Fox as your web browser, please click Tools item, then the Add-ons subitem, entering Mozilla Firefox Add-ons Manager, locate the Ask Toolbar item in it, then click Remove button to fully uninstall Ask Toolbar.

Uninstall Ask Toolbar Automatically with Third Party Uninstall Tool

Step 1: Download Max Uninstaller. Install and launch it later. ( It is safe and be tested by McAfee )

Step 2. Highlight Ask Toolbar in the installed programs list and then click “Run Analysis”

Click Run Analysis

Step3: Max Uninstaller will review uninstall program files and associated registry entries. Click “Complete Uninstall” to start the program uninstall process. Click “Yes” to start uninstalling Ask Toolbar.

Click Complete Uninstall

Step 4: Wait for the standard Ask Toolbar uninstall completed. Click “Scan Leftovers”, and Max Uninstaller will conduct a full scan on your computer for a while.

Click Scan Leftovers

Step5: When it finish scanning, click “Delete Leftovers” and “Yes” button to thoroughly uninstall Ask Toolbar and its leftovers.

Step6: Max Uninstaller has now fully uninstalled Ask Toolbar related files and extensions. Click “OK” to finish.

Now, the Ask Toolbar has been uninstalled on your computer completely. Max Uninstaller also can help you uninstall other Windows programs like iTunes Windows Media Player, Spyware Doctor, QuickTime, Free Download Manager.

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