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April 15, 2012

How to uninstall Social Fixer for Facebook




The Social Fixer extension cannot uninstall itself. Uninstalling an extension is a function of your browser, you have to tell your browser to remove it. Since many of you asked: "How to uninstall Social Fixer for Facebook?" Luckily, this is simple, just find your browser in the list below and follow the instructions.

Here's how to install Social Fixer for Facebook.

How to uninstall Social Fixer for Facebook:
Chrome
- Type chrome://extensions/ in your browser, then click the uninstall link by Social Fixer.


Greasemonkey in Firefox
- Right-click the monkey icon in the bottom toolbar, then Manage User Scripts. Click on Social Fixer in the list, then Uninstall.

Firefox Add-On
- Go to Tools->Add-Ons. Find Social Fixer and click Uninstall.

Safari - Windows
- Go to Preferences and then Extensions.

Safari - Mac
- Go to Preferences and then Extensions.

Note: If something doesn't work, try consulting the Help for your browser or checking Google.

Source: Social Fixer FAQ



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11 comments:

Simone said...

A problem that was driving me crazy has now been fixed. Thank you!

Rachel H said...

Thank you for posting this. Very concise and helpful. Exactly what I was looking for.

Social Don said...

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Meme d.o said...

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tebinfea said...

 Hello my friend.
 Happy Sunday.
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Meme d.o said...

Good post!  I've been here, thanks for your visit

tebinfea said...

        Hello my friend.
 A happy Thursday to you.
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TKay Michel said...

This information is incorrect. Going to "Tools + Add ons" does give you a list of the add ons you have, it just offers you more add ons. NO help whatsoever. Thanks for wasting my time.

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