Tool bar - I personally have a s few toolbars as possible, I want the screen as big as I can get it. Mediawrap - I don't bother with any media much anyway. Java quickstarter - don't really need it. Veoh - just for Linux?
bixa - my favourite is Cooliris. Download it, you can always remove it later, then click on Google and search for images of something interesting. In the bottom corner of the photo on Google you'll see a little icon when you put your mouse over it. Click on it and a wall of photos open up.
I just click on Bookmarks and have my usual ones at the top.
I have on my screen the top blue line, under that the toolbar that says File Edit View History Bookmarks etc, then the address toolbar with Google search on the far right. I have customised it to use small icons on there and no text.
Well, if I want to have more screen space I can position the pointer over the file/edit/view toolbar, right click, then get rid of the navigation, bookmarks, & imageshack toolbars until I want them again.
Also, I have my color scheme set to silver so I don't have to look at Windows blue all the time ..... and it makes the screen look bigger.
I'm talking about what you call "the top blue line" -- the bar with where you are at a given moment on the left side (right now says "Any Port in a Storm - Firefox Ad ons - Mozilla Firefox) & on the far right the three little boxes with minimize/maximize/close.
Control Panel > Display > Appearance > Color scheme
You have three choices: Default (blue); Olive Green; Silver