The latest update of WordPress 3.1 comes with an admin bar that lets you access comments moderation, plugins, widgets and other admin options lying on top of a blog whenever your logged in to that site.
This is somewhat the same as Blogger.com’s top bar navigation. Now, for those who want to retain this admin bar on the top of your blog while your logged, you may stop at this point and view my other articles in this site. However, for those who want to disable this feature (like me), here’s how you can simply do it in a click.
To disable this feature, go to your WordPress’ Dasboard. On the “Users” section, click “Your Profile”. Then on the section the says “Show Admin Bar”, untick the box that says “when viewing site”. It should not have a check mark before you hit the “Update Profile” button.
Yes, you can revert back anytime you want. Also, it is personalized as per user’s taste; I mean each user can choose whether to enable or disable WP Admin bar.