Sharon KhareJun 22, 2006 11:30:18 IST
Adobe Systems Incorporated has signed a multi-year agreement with Google to distribute the Google Toolbar with various Adobe products over the life of the deal. As a part of the agreement, Adobe and Google will launch availability of the Google Toolbar with downloads of Adobe's Macromedia Shockwave Player. The Google Toolbar will now be offered as part of the Shockwave Player installation process for Internet Explorer on Windows. Under the terms of the agreement, the Google Toolbar will also be offered as part of other Adobe product installations in the future.
Available for free, the Shockwave Player allows users to view interactive Web content such as games, business presentations, entertainment, and advertisements from a Web browser. Read more about Shockwave Player here.
The Google Toolbar is a free download that adds a Google search box to a Web browser, so users can access Google search capabilities from any Website. The Toolbar also includes innovative features that make browsing more efficient - such as instant suggestions as you type in the search box, a spellchecker, and a pop-up blocker. Users can also personalize the Toolbar by adding buttons for their favorite sites. Read more about Google Toolbar here.
Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed.
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