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Using ur thumb or stylus click on the search bar and a pop up screen comes like with a text keyboard ..

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How do I make google my homepage/default browser/search engine


Open your web browser, Internet Explorer or Mozilla
Go to Tools on far right
Click on "internet options"
on the opening page click the GENERAL tab
click in the blank box or if there is something in the box type over is with http://google.com
click Apply button if available
Click OK button.
close your browser
Next time you open it, it should open to the GOOLGE page.

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How to find a lost file on your Computer?


Today tip will help you to enjoy the quick and easy way to find lost files on your computer. Here I recommends you, try to search a file with its file extensions (for example for word file, type *.doc, Excel *.xls, Acrobat *.pdf, *.ppt and *.exe for executable files. If you don't know the name of file but know that it contains a string of text then try to search for files containing specific text, type the text you want to find from any file or folder. This is time taking process but creates very precise result. In Look in, click the drive, folder, or network you want to search. To save time, always select the specified drive or location instead of whole computer.
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Click Start Button, point to Search, and then click For File or Folders, a Search Results dialog box will appear. In Search for files or folders named, type the file name or folder name you want to find in containing text.

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To specify additional search criteria, click Search Options, and then click one or more of the following options to narrow your search:
  • Select Date to look for files that were created or modified on or between specific dates.
  • Select Type to look for files of a specific type, such as a text or WordPad document.
  • Select Size to look for files of a specific size.
  • Select Advanced Options to specify additional search criteria.
  • Click Search now.






on Jun 28, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC

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Build your own Internet Search Connector Windows 7 has a very useful new feature...


Build your own Internet Search Connector
Windows 7 has a very useful new feature called a Search Connectorthat lets you search through a Web site from right inside WindowsExplorer. With it, you type in a search term and select the SearchConnector for the site you want to search; Explorer searches the Website without having to open Internet Explorer, and the results appearinside Windows Explorer. Click any of the results to head there usingyour default Web browser.

Normally, you'll need to get each Search Connector from the Web sitethrough which you want to search, and very few Connectors areavailable. Sites normally need to adhere to OpenSearch standards in order for their Connectors to work.

However, there's a work-around that will let you easily build yourown Search Connector for any site, using Windows Live Search as a kindof go-between. Don't worry, you don't need to know any code to write aConnector. Just follow these steps:

1. Copy the following text and paste it into Notepad. The text you'll need to change is in bold, all-caps text:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<OpenSearchDescriptionxmlns="http://a9.com/-/spec/opensearch/1.1/"xmlns:ms-ose="http://schemas.microsoft.com/opensearchext/2009/">
<ShortName>NAME YOUR SEARCH</ShortName>
<Description>DESCRIPTION OF SEARCH</Description>
<Url type="application/rss+xml" template="http://api.bing.com/rss.aspx?source=web&query={searchTerms} site:SITENAME.COM&web.count=50"/>
<Url type="text/html" template="http://www.bing.com/search?q={searchTerms}+site:SITENAME.COM"/>
</OpenSearchDescription>

2. In place of NAME YOUR SEARCH, type in the name of the search as you want it to appear. In our case, we're going to build a Search Connector for Computerworld, so we'll just type in Computerworld.

3. In place of DESCRIPTION OF SEARCH, type in a longer description of the search. In our instance, it will be Search through Computerworld.

4. In the two SITENAME.COM entries, enter the Web site's domain. Don't use the http:// or www -- just the domain name. In our instance it will be computerworld.com.

5. To the right of "count=", type in the number or results you want to appear. In our instance, we'll keep it at 50.

6. In our example, here's what the code should look like (no bold necessary):
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<OpenSearchDescriptionxmlns="http://a9.com/-/spec/opensearch/1.1/"xmlns:ms-ose="http://schemas.microsoft.com/opensearchext/2009/">
<ShortName>Computerworld</ShortName>
<Description>Search through Computerworld</Description>
<Url type="application/rss+xml" template="http://api.bing.com/rss.aspx?source=web&query={searchTerms} site:computerworld.com&web.count=50"/>
<Url type="text/html" template="http://www.bing.com/search?q={searchTerms}+site:computerworld.com"/>
</OpenSearchDescription>
Adding a new Search Connector.

7. Save the file in Notepad, choose UTF-8 from the Encodingdrop-down box near the bottom of the Save As screen, and give it an.osdx extension. In our instance, we'll call the fileComputerworld.osdx.

8. In Windows Explorer, right-click the .osdx file and select Create Search Connector. The Search Connector will be created.

9. You can now use the Search Connector. To get to it, in Windows Explorer go to YourName --> Searches --> Connector, where YourName is your account name, and Connector is the name of the Connector.

on Jan 12, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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How do I get Babylon off and Google (via Firefox) back on ?


Hey

just follow these instructions if you'd like to remove Babylon from Firefox:

Remove Toolbar (from Extensions)

      1. Open Mozilla Firefox. Go to FF menu button.

      2. Select Add-ons & than select Extensions. (delete excess text)

      3. Remove/Disable the Babylon Toolbar 1.5.0.

      4. Restart your browser.

Remove Toolbar (from Add/Remove Programs)

      1. Click the Start button on your computer.

      2. Select Add-ons & than select Extensions. (delete excess text)

      3. Select Programs and Features.

      4. Select Babylon Toolbar from the Programs list.

      5. Right click to uninstall.

      6. Press YES on the popup message.

Remove Search Provider

      1. Open Mozilla Firefox. Click on the Search bar, located on the right side of your address bar

      2. Press the F4 key and select Manage Search Engines from the drop down list that appears.

      3. Select Search the Web (Babylon) and click on the Remove button.

      4. Click OK to save your changes.

Remove/Change Home Page:

      5. Open Mozilla Firefox. Click on the FF menu button.

      6. Select Options.

      7. Now select the General tab.

      8. In the section of the popup labeled "Home Page," insert the URL of your desired Home Page.

      9. Click OK to save the changes.

Remove Babylon Search from New Tab

      If when you open a new tab in Firefox, Babylon Search still appears:

      1. Type in the address bar line about:config and press enter.

      2. Confirm the popup message.

      3. In the search field, type "browser.search.selectedEngine". (remove excess text here)

      5. Restart your Browser.

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How do i find my MAC ADDRESS,SUBNET MASK GATEWAY&PRIMARY DNS NO,S ON MY D-LINK (DSL-2640R ROUTER


Click start and in the search box type cmd then press enter. You should a black window with some text, this is the command prompt. Now type this "ipconfig /all" exactly as if type with the quotes, then press enter you should now have alot of text, these are all the settings recieved from the router. You will find exactly what you are looking for here.

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I want to change my goggle search to yahoo.com


which browser u are using post that
Also if you are using IE means go to start
control panel
internet options
type the address u like in the text area

apply ok

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When I type in the Google Search box (the one in the middle of the page), it will put the first four letters up, and then there's about a 5 second pause before it continues putting up the rest of the...


This could be a browser problem. Try using a different browser like firefox or chrome (assuming you use IE) and see if you get a similar problem. If it works OK on those browsers then try clearing the cache of your browser or reinstalling the program.

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How to copy and paste theprogram and search it in


Copying and pasting is simple: Highlight the text to copy, right-click, and then pick "copy" from the context menu that appears.

To search for the copied text on Google, using the Opera Browser, type "g" in the address bar, press the space bar, and press CTL-C. Then press ENTER.

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How do i erase my ps3 seach history


Open up your browser (just go to any website)
press triangle
go to tools
delete search history
press triangle again while in your browser then delete history
then go to your browser
system settings
delete predictive text
all predictive texts of your websites have been deleted and so has the history as well.
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How do you type on web search?


hello. once you enter into a web browser, you simply need to find a text box by scrolling your finger across the screen then tap the empty box once to enter and place a marker and then tap a second time to bring up an input window allowing you to type.

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