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Soft4Boost Releases Application Designed to Remove Unwanted Toolbars

Soft4Boost releases own toolbar cleaner – the user-friendly tool to specifically address toolbar cleanup according to each browser and allow users to keep only the toolbars they really need.

Oct 21 2013, 3:06am CDT | by PR.com

Fresh Meadows, NY, October 21, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Soft4Boost today announced the release of its toolbar cleaner utility. Toolbars are a popular browser extension useful to millions of users. However, users sometimes end up with too many toolbars that are not used or toolbars that won't uninstall properly. Toolbar Cleaner is a speedy tool to get rid of unwanted toolbars. Toolbar Cleaner allows users to easily remove toolbars they're not using or won't uninstall the proper way.

Soft4Boost Toolbar Cleaner is the user-friendly free tool to specifically address toolbar cleanup according to each browser and allow users to keep only the toolbars they really need. By distributing Toolbar Cleaner free of charge, Soft4Boost Ltd. hopes to keep the toolbar market user-friendly.

Soft4Boost Toolbar Cleaner is available as a free download from the Soft4Boost website and has an easy-to-use interface that is available in English, Danish, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Turkish and Hungarian.

Soft4Boost Toolbar Cleaner works on Win8/Win7/Vista/2008/XP/2003. It supports 32-bit and 64-bit and dual-core CPU.

Contact Information:
Soft4Boost Ltd.
Kahan Michael
+1 917-270-3705
Contact via Email
www.soft4boost.com

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