This free toolbar comes jam-packed with helpful tools to enhance your browsing. Though we encountered a small glitch, it performed well for us overall.
DidDone Toolbar offers a fully customizable interface. The settings menu offers tabs for changing skins, adding and removing buttons, adding Web sites to your white list, and managing your RSS feeds. The toolbar also offers zoom and cleaning options. We found the cleaning options hit and miss. The clean cache and cookies features worked as promised, but the clean history feature failed to work. This was the only flaw in an otherwise useful toolbar. The log-in manager remembered all of our log-in information for faster access to our favorite sites. The radio played each station without a hitch and we were able to add more. The e-mail notification feature does require account property information, and without any kind of Help file, novices might have a little trouble.
We liked that this browser stayed away from gimmicky links to useless sites and games, and stuck with tools that really benefit the user. Though novices may need a little help with the e-mail notification setup, we recommend this toolbar for all users.