Why is there a Yahoo! menu on the menu bar of my browser?
As part of the continuing effort to make Yahoo!'s products accessible to people with diverse use requirements (screen readers, voice control, keyboard-only access, etc.), Yahoo! Toolbar now provides access to its features through the standard menu of the Mozilla Firefox browser. This approach ensures simple, quick access to the shortcuts and services provided by the Verizon Yahoo! Toolbar.
In addition, some Verizon Yahoo! Toolbar users prefer to hide the toolbar to save screen space. This menu allows access to all the toolbar functionality using the smallest possible screen space.
Using the toolbar
There are two ways in which the Yahoo! menu can be accessed in addition to using the mouse:
Removing Yahoo! menu from the menu bar
Note: Adding the Yahoo! menu back after you've removed it requires a mouse. If you don't have a mouse, we recommend you leave the Yahoo! menu on your menu bar. If you don't want to see Yahoo! menu in your browser menu bar, there are two ways you can remove it:
Adding the Yahoo! menu back to the menu bar
To add the Yahoo! menu back into the menus of the Mozilla Firefox browser, do one of the following: