Earlier this week I downloaded Mozilla Firefox and started using it as my default browser. However its inbuilt version of Google is much more primitive than the Google Toolbar I’ve been accustomed to using with Internet Explorer. Accordingly I tried to install the new Google Toolbar for Mozilla Firefox (beta version). Unfortunately I wasn’t able to complete the installation, and it now crashes Mozilla every time I try to open it! Moreover I don’t know how to remove the Google Toolbar (Mozilla version) because it doesn’t appear in the uninstall list under Control Panel, presumably because the installation wasn’t completed. I tried uninstalling and re-installing Mozilla, but the incompletely-installed Google Toolbar is still there and still crashes Mozilla every time I try to open it (it also attempts to open multiple instances of Mozilla for some reason).
Does anyone have any hints on how to fix this problem? I’ve now downloaded Internet Explorer 7, which of course enables me to keep using the the fully featured Google toolbar to which I’m accustomed. But IE7 seems to have a very primitive and user-unfriendly version of tabbed browsing (the main Mozilla feature I really liked). As far as I can work out, although you can choose to open Favourites in either a separate window or separate tab by right clicking, unlike Mozilla you don’t get that option when opening ordinary hyperlinks in a page. Is there something I’m missing?