Editors' Note: The Download Now link will prompt a local download of the Firefox extension. To install the extension directly, open the file using your Firefox browser.
While this free toolbar is AIM-themed, you don't have to be an AOL or AIM member to enjoy what it has to offer.
AIM Toolbar for Firefox stretches across your browser window with colorful shortcut buttons. It puts you in the drivers seat when it comes to designing your toolbar. Sure, it comes with buttons for accessing and signing into your AIM account, but they blend in with the other buttons. It offers the standard search field powered by Google, but what we really liked about this toolbar is all the button options. It comes preset with buttons for such popular sites as Facebook, MapQuest, and IMDB, but you can remove the ones that you don't want, and you can pick from tons of other popular shortcut buttons, such as ESPN, Wikipedia, and YouTube. Each button took us to its respective Web site.
Gone are the useless buttons and wasted toolbar space that clutter most toolbars. The easily customizable AIM Toolbar for Firefox gives you one-click access to all of your favorite Web sites. We recommend it for all users.
Now the best of the Web is just one click away. Your Toolbar is easy to customize. You can easily add your favorite buttons, links, and feeds. Searching is a snap, too. Get everything you love about AIM in a Toolbar. This version is the first release on CNET Download.com.
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This version is the first release on CNET Download.com.