Auslogics Browser Care

Auslogics Browser Care

Free
Organizes and manages browser add-ons and toolbars
4.5  (2 votes)
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As handy as they usually are, toolbars and add-ons can also become a threat to your browser functioning, especially if they're installed in great numbers and without thorough care. Auslogics Browser Care is a neat tool that offers a much easier and convenient method of checking and managing the toolbars and add-ons installed, as well as disabling or removing any of them. Moreover, Auslogics Browser Care works simultaneously with three most popular web browsers in the world: Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, and Mozilla Firefox, and it allows you to choose which of these three you want to be the default one.

Anyway, this cool program doesn't only let you handle toolbars and add-ons. It also lets you check and protect the homepage and the default search engine settings of the aforementioned web browsers. Furthermore, Auslogics Browser Care is also capable of removing browsing data like cache, history, and cookies, therefore freeing up disk space and protecting your privacy. As you can see, this handy application comes with plenty of useful additional features and options. Anyway, this doesn't mean that using it gets to be complicated. On the contrary, Auslogics Browser Care is very straightforward and easy to use, and even complete beginners can handle it without any problem. It even offers a feature that displays the safety status of add-ons or toolbars. It helps you decide which browser toolbars or plugins you should remove and which ones keep.

In conclusion, considering that Auslogics Browser Care is not only handy and reliable, but also completely free, I can only say that the program is definitely worth giving it a try.

Margie Smeer
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Review summary

Pros

  • Free of charge.
  • Multilingual interface.
  • Easy to use.
  • Offers a quick browsing data cleaning function.

Cons

  • Doesn't support less known browsers.
  • The interface cannot be customized.
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