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Favorite. Sometimes abbreviated as fav, a favorite is a feature found in Microsoft Internet Explorer that allows a user to save the locations to their favorite Internet locations. Similar to Netscape's and Firefox bookmarks.
Finding My Favorites
Click the \"Start\" button.
In the \"Start Search\" text field, type \"Favorites.\"
Under Programs, you will find the Favorites folder. The Favorites Bar folder is located under Favorites and History. The Favorites folder will contain the contents of My Favorites. Click \"Favorites\" to open \"My Favorites.\"
Click start all programs look for your email account select it open right click in it select send to favorites to create short cut. Create Menu tab right click
in the top of screen (toolbar) you will see a number of toolbar options select
the menu bar
add to your screen toolbar File Edit View Favorites Tools
and Help. Then from the favorites drop down list look for hotmail
If you have backed up the computer (the entire users folder), your favorites are under users, the name you have for your account, and then favorites. Just copy this list back to the C drive (users, the name you have for your account, and favorites) from your back up. Now all your favorites are back.
if you lost all your favorites and bookmarks, it can only mean that the cleaning software deleted your files. if thats the case, your toolbars were also probably uninstalled. downloading the toolbar agian should solve the problem.
I unfortunately do not use internet explorer nine, but you can give this a quick whirl. If you're using windows XP, go to C:\Documents and Settings\Your User Name\Favorites, and verify your favorites are still there. If they are, you should be able to click the drop down menu in the favorites menu (in internet explorer) that says "Add to favorites", on the drop down menu should be import / export. You can import your favorites folder from there.
If you use windows 7 or Vista the folder is C:\Users\Username\Favorites, and everything else should be the same. Hope this helps!
Internet Explorer favorites are used to save links to sites that you
want to visit again. Creating a list of favorites allows you to visit
those sites with a single click, rather than having to type the site's
URL each time you want to visit it.