Question about iPhone Apps
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: about tool bars
1.Click on windows start button
2 In start search type Internet options , open internet options.
In case your are not able to open Internet options follow the follwiing steps
1 click start,go to control panel,
2 click on Network and internet,click on internet options
Once internet options is open, click on the advanced tab,click on Restore advanced settings, and then click on restore,Your homepage might get changed to factory settings, so you might need to set your homepage later.
This should fix issue
Posted on Apr 13, 2008
un-install google tool bar.
google tool bar is not comparable to WIndows Vista. I don't know whos' fault is, but they can't play together.
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
mcdevito75 here, at your google home page you can right click on the tools top of your screen and check the Google tool bar. this should restore your google tool bar.
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
I assume your browser currently has a Bing search page as the default (home) page, which displays when Firefox launches. You can reset Firefox to use any web address as the home page.
Here are the steps:
(1) In the browser, go to Tools > Options > General
(2) In the field labeled "home page", type the URL of the page you wish to use. (For a basic Google search page, the URL would be "http://www.google.com/" For a basic Bing search page, the URL would be "http://www.bing.com/")
(3) Then click "OK" at the bottom
There's also a shorthand way to do this:
(1) First, go to the web page you wish to use as your new home page.
(2) Move your mouse to the icon in the address bar (near top of the browser), and then drag the icon over to the "home" button.
For more on setting the Firefox home page, see this help page from Mozilla.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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