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When i open my e-mail screen there is an advertisement on the right side of the screen that i want to delete so my viewing area of my e-mail will be larger as some of the info in my e-mail is being cut off. I have to scroll back and forth left to right to read my e-mail

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  • Michael Wooldridge May 11, 2010

    Who is your email provider?

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    not all, but most e-mails

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Pls do it through toolbar menu..

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How do I delete unused email addresses?


in the left hand side of the e-mail column you will see your account headings ( example trevor @ or what ever your e-mail addresses are) it sits above the in box heading right click on that heading and a drop down box will appear
it will read open,find , select quick views and the one you want is --remove account
click on that and the account is gone
each account will have it's own heading so be sure that you remove only those accounts that you are not using because if they are gone then that is it

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How to get rid of ads on my screen when I go to my in box in Yayoo mail


You can either temporarily hide the ads that keep popping up on your Yahoo Mail page or block them permanently. To know how, refer to the steps below.

To temporarily hide ads (for free email accounts):
1)Sign in to your Yahoo Mail account
2)When, while viewing your list of emails or a particular email, an ad pops up, you can see a right-facing arrow between your email and the advertisement. Click on this arrow.
3)The ad will get hidden temporarily.
(Important: This blocks the ads temporarily only and as soon as you perform the actions like refreshing the Yahoo Mail page, marking a particular email as spam, replying to an email, or just clicking on any of the sections in the navigation-menu located on the left of the page, a new ad may pop up again).

To permanently remove graphical and text ads:
Yahoo Mail has recently come up with "Yahoo Ad Free Mail" service to enable you to get rid of graphical and text ads on a permanent basis when viewing your Yahoo Mail account from a computer. You need to sign up for Yahoo Ad Free Mail account before starting using this service.
(Note: Before signing up for Yahoo Ad Free Mail account, please check if the service is available in your region. Also, even after subscribing to the service, the subscribers may still get the text ads that come up on Yahoo Mail on a mobile web browser and the text ads that come up in the "Basic Mail" interface of Yahoo Mail on a computer. To know what Basic Mail is, refer to the following Yahoo webpage: https://help.yahoo.com/kb/mail-for-desktop/basic-mail-sln5171.html)
To know more about Yahoo Ad Free Mail service, refer to the following Yahoo webpage:
https://help.yahoo.com/kb/mail-for-desktop/adnbspfree-mail-sln15803.html
To know more about blocking ads on Yahoo Mail, refer to the following Yahoo webpage:
https://help.yahoo.com/kb/mail-for-desktop/SLN3591.html?impressions=true

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View deleted history


If want to see what's been viewed on a computer or if you want to find a website that you visited, but can't quite remember the name of, you'll need to check your computer's history and cookies folders.

These are where the information about a computer user's Internet whereabouts are kept.
Some people say these folders contain the user's "footprints."

The footprints aren't hard to find. All it takes is a few mouse clicks and you're there.
Open your Web browser and click on the "Favorites, Feeds and History" tab. Internet Explorer's tab is indicated by a yellow star.


Click on the "History" tab. There should be a list of items arranged either by "Date," "Site," "Most Visited" or "Visited Today."

Click on each of these items to see what's been viewed on the computer.


If the history has been deleted, click on "Tools" and a drop-down menu will appear.
Click on "Internet Options."

On the "Internet Options" screen, click on "Settings" under "Browsing history."


Click on "View files" to display the cookies on the computer.

Cookies are pieces of information from websites that a computer saves to make loading the information faster. You can click on these items to see what they are.

Mar 24, 2014 | PC Desktops

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Dell sk2305 @


Sounds like a touchscreen problem, itself.
The touchscreen is NOT part of the LCD screen itself, but when you go to replace, the two units are combined; and sold as one unit.
Examples. NOT advertising. You may find better prices from your search, and reputable dealers also,
http://www.ebay.com/itm/GENUINE-DELL-2305PC-TOUCH-SCREEN-WITH-CABLES-LTM230HT05-/290892243884?pt=US_Laptop_Screens_LCD_Panels&hash=item43ba8763ac

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Samsung-23-Touchscreen-09TW8H-LTM230HT05-Dell-Inspiron-One-2305-/261131794988?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3cccaafa2c

The different views help me explain the Touchscreen.
The touchscreen uses the Capacitive Sensitive system. Each area on the touchscreen has a separate CS unit for it,
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Touchscreen
Which is what makes me think with two keys not working, the touchscreen is the problem.
For additional questions please post in a Comment.
Regards,
joecoolvette

Apr 23, 2013 | Dell PC Desktops

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Dual screen wont work


Kevin,

1) You cannot plug a monitor into the VGA connector, on the back of the desktop computer, AND plug a second monitor into a DVI connector, on the back of a desktop computer.

In otherwords you can only plug ONE monitor into the motherboard.

[ The I/O area on the back of the desktop computer, is the Input/Output area. This rectangular area has connections for Input devices, and Output devices.

Examples such as a Mouse, Keyboard, (INPUT), VGA devices, (VGA monitor - Output), USB devices, audio devices, (Speakers - Output. Microphone is an Input device), and so on.

The I/O area has a rectangular metal shield. (Thin metal plate)

Connecting a device in the I/O area, is connecting it directly to the motherboard.

Example of a VGA connector, and VGA cable,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VGA_connector

Example of a DVI cable, and DVI connector,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_Visual_Interface

(There are several variations of DVI connectors.
Scroll down ]

To use dual monitors you need a graphics card also.
Graphics card with a VGA connector, or DVI connector. (Or both)

Monitor with VGA cable, plugs into the I/O area on the back of the desktop computer. (Plugs into the motherboard's graphic chipset)

The second monitor plugs into the graphics card's DVI connector, or VGA connector.

[ Just an example,

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=1416091&CatId=3669

On the image of the graphics card on the left;
Go under it to the subheading - + 11 larger images and views.

There are 7 views shown. One is the carton the graphics card comes in. (View 2 from the left)

Going from the left side, count over to the 5th view. Left-click on the 5th view. Shows you the 'business end' of the graphics card.

Starting at the left side it is the HDMI connector, then VGA connector, then DVI connector.

Note*
YES, you can plug a VGA monitor, AND a DVI monitor, into this type of graphics card, and have Dual monitors ]

FIRST:
Computer on, Windows running; Put the Installation disk (CD) in the optical drive's tray. (CD/DVD drive)
Load ALL software.
Drivers, and 'Control Panel'.

Graphics card software loaded, close all windows, go back to your desktop screen. Turn the computer off normally.

Unplug the computer from power. Open the computer case.
FOLLOW Anti-Static Precautions.
(Don't know Anti-Static Precautions? Post back in a Comment)

Physically install the graphics card. Close the computer case.
Plug the VGA cable of the Primary monitor, into the VGA connector in the I/O area, on the back of the desktop computer.

Now plug the DVI cable of the Secondary monitor, into the DVI connector on the graphics card.

(The main monitor you use is the Primary monitor. The second monitor you are going to add, is the Secondary monitor )

Plug the computer into power. Both monitors plugged into power, turn them BOTH on.
Turn the computer on.

When Windows loads you will see a display on the Primary monitor.
Your desktop screen.

Now Right-click on an empty area of your desktop screen.
In the list at the bottom, Left-click on - Properties.

In the Display Properties window that comes up, left-click on the -
Settings tab.

You will see two rectangular icons. 1 and 2.
1 is the Primary monitor. 2 is the Secondary monitor.

Left-click on the Secondary monitor icon.
Go down towards the bottom/middle on the left.

Left-click in the empty square to the left of -
Extend my Windows desktop onto this monitor

Go down to the bottom Right. Left-click on Apply.
Go down to the bottom Left. Left-click on OK.

Your desktop screen will now be on the secondary monitor.


When you open your internet browser, (Yahoo, or Google, or MSN, or Mozilla Firefox, etc), you have to DRAG the screen onto the secondary monitor.

(Let's use Yahoo for an example. Yahoo will be on your Primary monitor.
You need to drag Yahoo onto the Secondary monitor)

Which direction you drag, is up to which direction the two monitors are sitting, on your computer desk.

The way the monitors are sitting in Display Properties; the Primary monitor is on the Left. ( 1 )
The Secondary monitor ( 2 ) is on the Right.

This is the way the two monitors should sit on your computer desk.
(There is a way to switch them around, however)

On your Primary monitor, (Still using Yahoo as an example), go to the RIGHT side. See the blue frame going around the screen?

When you bring the mouse cursor ON the blue frame, it turns into a Double-Sided arrow.
It is difficult at first to keep the cursor as a double-sided arrow.

Move too far to the right, it turns into the usual pointed cursor.
Move too far to the left, and it turns into the usual pointed cursor.
have to keep it on the blue frame.

WHILE the mouse cursor is a Double-Sided arrow, left-click, and hold the left mouse button down. Now drag the screen to the Right.
(Move your mouse to the right)

Keep dragging until the Yahoo browser is on both monitors.

Different size monitors? The display will not be the same size, on both monitors.

[ I use an HP 2009m, 20-inch widescreen monitor, as a Primary monitor, and an RCA EN-V, 26 inch HDTV, as a Secondary monitor.

I have my desktop on the Primary monitor, and FixYa, (Firefox browser), on the Secondary monitor, right now ]

If this is not your problem please state in a Comment.
Also state additional questions in a Comment.

Regards,
joecoolvette

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start ,control panel, add and remove programs find the advertisement program uninstall it.

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I deleted my songs by mistake and i dont know how to get it back.


Open your recycle bin, locate the deleted files (songs) and (right mouse clock) restore them.

In case of a problem or clarification, don't hesitate to post.

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Windows mail 4 vista keeps popping up how do i stop it


METHOD ONE:
Through the Local Group Policy Editor

NOTE This method is only available for the Vista Business, Ultimate, and Enterprise editions. See Method Two below for the Vista Home Basic and Home Premium editions.
1. Open the Local Group Policy Editor.
2. In the left pane, click on Computer Configuration, Administrative Templates, Windows Components, and Windows Mail. (See screenshot below)
3. In the right pane, right click on Turn off Windows Mail application and click on Properties. (See screenshot above)
4. To Enable Windows Mail -
A) Select (dot) Disabled or Not Configured and click on OK. (See screenshot below step 5A)
B) Go to step 6.
5. To Disable Windows Mail -
A) Select (dot) Enabled and click on OK.
6. Close the Local Group Policy Editor window.

METHOD TWO:
Through the Registry
NOTE This method will work for all Vista versions.
Option One: Through a Download
1. To Enable Windows Mail -
A) Click on the download button below to download the Enable_Windows_Mail.reg file.
B) Go to step 3.
2. To Disable Windows Mail -
A) Click on the download button below to download the Disable_Windows_Mail.reg file.
3. Click on Save, and save the .reg file to the Desktop.
4. Right click on the .reg file (on Desktop) and click on Merge.
5. Click on the Run button in the Security Warning pop-up.
6. Click on Continue (UAC), Yes, and then OK when prompted.
7. When done, you can delete the .reg file (on Desktop).
8. Log off and log on, or restart the computer to apply.

Option Two: The Manual Way
1. Open the Start Menu.
2. In the white line (Start Search) area, type regedit and press Enter.
3. Click on the Continue button in the UAC prompt.
4. In regedit, go to: (See screenshot below)
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft
5. To Disable Windows Mail -
A) In the left pane, right click on Microsoft and click on New and Key. Type Windows Mail and press Enter. (See screenshot below)
NOTE: If you already have Windows Mail in the left pane, then skip this step 5A and go to step 5B instead.
B) In the right pane of Windows Mail, right click on a empty space and click on New and DWORD (32-bit) Value. Type ManualLaunchAllowed and press Enter. (See screenshot below)
F) Go to step 7.
6. To Enable Windows Mail -
A) In the right pane, right click on ManualLaunchAllowed and click on Delete. (See screenshot above)
B) Click on Yes to confirm deletion.
7. Close regedit.
8. Log off and log on, or restart the computer to apply.

That's it,
Hope this helps, Best Regards, -md

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Open yahoo>go to the top right side of yahoo mail>click on options>select mail options and then go to the left side and select Signature.

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go to keyword
type in : Tool bar settings.
on the right you will see: Tool bar Quick view.
check box that says display Quick view when signed on.
save that setting.
this worked for me.

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