American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A row of icons on a computer screen that activate commands or functions when clicked.
“Part of this toolbar is actually a desktop alert messenger.”
“This toolbar is the heart of the Diigo gathering machine and the new version rocks with features.”
“I think the example of the toolbar is a good one to use.”
“Myspace not yet offering a toolbar is a good point, Markus.”
“But yes, you have to know where your bookmark toolbar is located, then it's just choose your settings (step no. 1) and click and drag the readability oval (step no. 2) to said bookmark toolbar - no downloading an installation file for a change.”
“I know if I open the full browser that bookmarks toolbar is really tempting.”
“Where Yahoo Fails: the yahoo search toolbar is horrible compared with google's search bar.”
“But the 'install Yahoo toolbar' is checked by default, and it's up to you to clear it.”
“Putting everything in the toolbar is like asking that all the stuff you keep out on your physical desktop should be kept in a little row along the edge of your desk and opened every time you want to refer to it.”
“Its toolbar is installed in many browsers, including every new Dell computer.”
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