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Webroot toolbar add ons remain in IE10 Windows 8 after uninstall of Webroot



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Ccleaner is free and has the ability to remove extensions from the various browsers.
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@ - Roy, if CCleaner will work in cases that for some reason the toolbars are being stubborn, in your opinion is that worth adding to the Software Removal Tools thread I have going?
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We have submitted a request to development and we will provide you with an update once it has been addressed. Thank you for bringing this to our attention. :D
Your welcome, I'll await a further reply upon implementation.
Has this been corrected for Windows 8.1, IE 11?
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Hello Reldel, 
 
I do not think it has been corrected.  The Webroot Toolbar is technically a separate install/download from the WSA software, as it is a browser add-on (Extension in the case of Chrome...)  The last time I uninstalled WSA the browser add-ons remained, and needed to be manually removed from within the browser manage add-ons area.

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