Question about Dell Inspiron B130 Notebook
See the picture below - I hope you can see it. We are limited in picture size. This procedure is known as "clearing the cache." If it hasn't been done in a while or ever, your PC can become "clogged" with internet junk and sometimes stop the machine from working properly.
Just to explain the picture:
Launch your internet browser (this is for Internet Explorer)
In the top menu bar, click on Tools
Click on Internet Options
Click on Delete files, then check the "delete all offline content"
Click delete files, then click OK (if you have never done this, it could take several minutes to complete) You will see an hourglass
After the routine completes, click on "Delete Cookies" This will also take a little time, but usually not as much
Close the windows when it is all done. Re-boot your PC - you might want to turn it all the way off, then re-start. NOTE: clearing the cache will clear pre-loaded information about some web sites, so when you go to them later, they may take longer to load until the info is-re-stored in your PC.
The cache should be cleared weekly.
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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2. Pull down the "Tools" menu of Internet Explorer.
3. Select "Internet Options."
4. The "General" tab appears.
5. You'll see the "Home page" box at the top.
6. Click the "Use Current" button in that box.
7. Click "OK."
8. Close and open Internet Explorer. You should see your new home page.
Firefox for any operating systemChanging your home page in Firefox is easy. Just follow these steps:
1. Browse normally to the web page you want as your home page.
2. Pull down the "Tools" menu of Firefox.
3. Select "Options."
4. Click on the "General" tab, if it is not the first to appear.
5. You'll see the "Home Page" box at the top.
6. Click the "Use Current Page" button in that box.
7. Click "OK."
8. Close and open Firefox. You should see your new home page.
For Google chrome try this.
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