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Google Toolbar Gets Personal Touch

Google Inc. announced the latest version of Google Toolbar and a new Google Toolbar for Enterprise. The new beta versions of Google Toolbar for Internet Explorer are open and customizable, with new features that enable users to customize their search experience and share information with friends.

Google Toolbar was designed to make the Internet easier to use and help people find the information they are looking for as quickly and easily as possible. The new versions of Google Toolbar now offer customizable buttons, online bookmarks, enhanced search features, new sharing capabilities, and an open API. Google Toolbar for Enterprise beta also includes administration and control for business environments.

"Now we're putting the tools of innovation in the hands of our users," said Marissa Mayer, VP of search products and user experience at Google. "We've opened up the Google Toolbar to enable them to create their own features and customize their search experience."

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