what the heck are all of those toolbars for?
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Fitchburg, MA (PRWEB) February 6, 2009
If you are anything like the owner of WiNet Global, "why-net", you must scratch your head every time you walk by a computer that has three or four toolbars taking up half of the computer screen and wonder "what the heck are all of those toolbars for?"
The answer is that most people don't even really know how they got there or what to do with them. They are just there. This led Daniel Barnes, President of a WiNet Global, to develop an Internet toolbar that is functional and relevant to the needs of every day computer users. The premise is right in line with the company's slogan of "Technology Solutions for Every Day People".
Mr. Barnes told us "I founded my company on the premise of sharing my virus, spyware and Internet security knowledge and expertise with residential and small business computer users all over the country via onsite services, online computer support, newsletters, a customer center web portal and a Linkedin social networking group but I was missing a key element in tying them all together. The solution was a toolbar. Not as a marketing tool, but as a tool to unify all of the resources people need to make informed and timely decisions regarding their Internet activity from one trusted source just a mouse click away."
The WiNet Global Community Toolbar is 100% advertisement and pop-up free. The toolbar contains many features such as Google Search; a pop-up blocker with the ability to delete cookies, browser history and the browser with a click of the mouse; "Community Links" that provides easy access to some of the most relevant Internet Security sites on the web; a message board that allows WiNet Global to post information regarding virus threats, virus frauds, newsletters and useful articles regarding today's technology challenges; an "Alert" feature that enables WiNet Global security personnel to send virus alerts to you immediately; a weather button; an online radio player that you can customize to play your own favorite online radio stations and so much more.
The "Community Links" feature is particularly interesting because there are links to Internet security sites for families and children, SPAM and email fraud identification reference sites that allow you to identify fraudulent emails before you forward another fake virus alert claiming to be verified when it really wasn't.
Mr. Barnes added, "This toolbar will continue to develop as people use it and provide feedback. This toolbar is a living and evolving project that is virtually limitless in its functionality which means, with the input of its users, the toolbar can easily become more and more relevant and valuable to every day computer users. The underlying mission is to empower every day computer users to take control of their own Internet security in an age when everybody has an opinion but nobody knows who to trust."
The toolbar can be downloaded at http://Winetglobal.OurBusinessToolbar.com. Visit the WiNet Global website at http://www.winetglobal.com to learn more about their service offerings or contact us to request a FREE demo of our online computer support service in the convenience of your own home or office.
About WiNet Global
WiNet Global is a nationwide residential and small business computer support company specializing in virus and spyware removal and prevention via online computer support technology, meaning they can resolve your computer issues right over the Internet, and nationwide onsite technical support. WiNet Global has worked with and advised Massachusetts Law Enforcement on spyware and virus removal and prevention best practices.
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