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I asked to show full screen now I cant get command and tool bars showing
Posted by Anonymous on
I assume you mean Internet Explorer. A trojan resized your screen so large that you can't resize it? Try control panel/display choose a smaller resolution and then go back to the regular resolution. Your browser should resize automatically.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You lost your navigation tool bar. Not to worry. open the firefox. Click view (3 rd button on the second line at the top). Then Click on toolbars. On the pop out that opens on the side, click on the Navigation tool bar, and you will see a tick mark appear on the left hand side. You will now have your address bar, forward, back etc.as earlier.
Posted on May 12, 2010
Click Control Panel
Click Classic View
Click Add/Remove Programs
Then, IE6 or IE7 will be reactivated.
Access Windows Update, and re-install IE8.
Posted on Jul 18, 2010
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To add a toolbar, click Tools, then Toolbars from the Command bar or right-click on the Command bar to see a list of toolbar options. You can activate or deactivate a number of Internet Explorer toolbars from this menu option. You can even Lock the Toolbars to make Internet Explorer 8 show the same toolbars each time you use the browser.
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