Browser toolbars can be icons in strips, various menus or other buttons which are made to enhance the functionality of the browser, save your time and increase your productivity if used for work. You may really need a specific function toolbar button or menu on your browser which will save you effort and time of performing another action while browsing and working.
This is the reason why so many companies choose to develop their own brand toolbars to help engage the employees and enhance their work productivity. But how are the toolbars made, and how easy is it to develop one by yourself?
Developing add-ons for Mozilla Firefox
Developing browser extensions for Internet Explorer
To develop shortcut menu extensions, browser helper objects, explorer bars or other toolbars, you need to create a COM DLL, executable form or script for the functionality of the toolbar and add it to the registry of the browser.
Developing add-ins for Chrome
Is developing your own browser toolbar too complicated for you?
But thankfully, BestToolbars comes to the rescue with its ToolbarStudio, which allows you to develop any kind of browser extension or dynamic toolbar in just a few minutes, and without requiring you have any programming skills. ToolbarStudio can create toolbars which are cross-compatible for Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox and Opera. This tool will allow you to develop your customized toolbar, update it, install it and uninstall it. It can add your company’s logo to create a branded browser toolbar, add as many buttons and menus as you want, apply search and links integration and add over 20 plugins (such as e-mail checker, RSS, etc.)
The ToolbarStudio offers multilingual support, and there is a trial version package available which can be downloaded for free, so that you can try it out for yourself.