Question about Computers & Internet
Have wanted to change to the color of my yahoo web homepage for decoration on my pc would like the easiest way to do it myself if I can without messing up my pc thank you
With XP, you right-click, click "Use as Background".
With Windows 7, right-click the page in an area where the preferred background is shown. Click "View page Info", click the "Media" button, select the Background image and it should show in the lower pane. If not, cursor up or down till the preferred image is shown., click "Save As..", change to the preferred folder and save the file with a preferred title. Withing Display Properties, locate and change the Background image to the saved file.
Even finding the proper area to change the background image depends on your Windows version.
Posted on Nov 17, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: No Yahoo taskbar on my homepage.
right click in an empty area just above or below your Google toolbar and put a check next to yahoo toolbar (I'm assuming you have already installed it). This works in both IE and Firefox.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
If you see the boot screen, then it is a problem with your operating system (windows)
If you do not see the boot screen, then it is the power supply or the motherboard isn't working.
If it turns green but you never see the screen come on, then it may be the video or the monitor.
If it does go directly to blinking amber, it is probabbly the power supply. It should only take a little while for a computer person to plug in another power supply and test it.
You can actually take a power supply out of someone elses computer and plug it in (don't even have to mount it in the computer)
Plug in the motherboard plug(s) and the hard drive only, then attempt to start.
If it does work, it is your power supply, if not then it is your motherboard.
Posted on Jan 24, 2010
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