When you have more than one browser, you quickly realize that managing all the toolbars, browser extension and plugins isn’t easy. The weight of that becomes even more real when you unintentionally install a new toolbar. Of course, you can always open each browser and remove the undesired item, but, it’s a lot easier to let a single program do all the hard work for you.

Right now, there are quite a few programs that easily allow you to see all the installed browser add-ons, toolbars, home pages and default search engines in all of your browsers. And almost all programs work extremely well on Windows and support all the major browsers. But, they don’t recognize all browser version. Search Toolbars

Each browser supported by these programs is displayed in a tab. Most of these programs also list the default search engine and homepage right at the top, and below you see all the add-ons and toolbars.

You usually find all installed plugins in the add-ons section as well. It’s easy to edit each homepage for each browser individually. You can also easily select the default search engine for each browser, usually with a single click in the dropdown menu.

Search Terms Deleting or disabling add-ons it easy. There are browser management programs that even have additional features. It’s easy to clear all browsing information. You can see how much disk space this occupies in the program. Another option is to reset all browsers to their to default settings.

Keep in mind that before making any changes to a browser you need to close it. You should actually close all browsers before making any changes. Rest assured that nothing is lost, as you can revert back to the old settings, because the programs create a backup.

As a conclusion, the browser management software that exists today has a lot of promise, but, the lack of support for some browser versions is a drawback. That is a drawback that should quickly be resolved. Once that is done, these programs could quickly become the top solution used for fixing any problems with the home pages, toolbars or default search engine.