How do I remove the -Microsoft Internet Explorer provided by Orange?
I used to have Orange broadband in London wifi.
Then moved back to South Africa with my laptop, yet after uninstalling Orange, the blue line on top Still says that the internet is provided by Orange which is not true anymore,
It is stuffing up my email address, like Outlook Express and Incredimail these 2 email programs can only receive not send,
My main email address is a a yahoo.co.uk address for many years.
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Cell phones usually have 2 ways of getting onto the Internet, either by Mobile Broadband or a WiFi connection.
To use Mobile Broadband you must have a contract/pay-as-you-go arrangement with your service provider. You will need a Username and Password from your service provider in order to log onto the Internet from your particular phone. If you have these then ensure that you have sufficient signal strength to receive data (requires higher signal strength than straightforward calls) and contact your service provider if you cannot log on.
Since you can get onto the Internet via WiFi, I'll not go further than this.
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The provided by section on the software has nothing to do with the software. That is a fully customizable string of text. Be assured, your internet explorer is provided by microsoft, the text you see is a small way to advertise for amazon.
Hotspots are not free, they are the result of a business/home/retaurant/pub renting BroadBand and as an incentive there is a small amount of BroadBand spare that becomes useable to anyone who is a subscriber. Orange charge £5 per month as do many other mobile providers. Laptops can use it if they subscribe to BroadBand at home or have a WiFi dongle and pay for it. Hope that clarifies it for you.
Go wireless. Put a wireless router right next to the modem, stick a wireless card into your computers/gaming consoles and then you can move your computers anywhere you want.
You could move the modem closer to the new destination of the computer. If you are DSL, call your ISP and have them come run a new outlet. If you are cable, call them to run a new outlet. If you are up to it, both are very easy "do it yourself" projects.
contact your internet supplier how can help with a lot of the sercurity problems.also your internet setup might be wrong for wireless as it may be only set for your broadband.you can check by checking start,control panel,internet options,connections,if broadband there should be nothing in box,if is remove,next press lan settings and see if the automatic detect settings box is ticked.next close, go back to internet options in the control panel, select security,click on local intranet and put a tick in the box.(enable protection mode).click on trusted sites and tick box(enable protection sites)check the restricted site and do the same. do this before contacting supplier. then go back to start,control panel and look for sercurity center this looks like a shield,double click , open and check all sercurity features are switched on.go back to start.and try internet explorer.
try to ping www.google.com , if no reply then there is problem in your broadband configuration.
if you are getting reply like this then your internet explorer is corrupt
Your internet explorer is corrupted. then change with firebox for testing. Afterwards you may reinstall internet explorer for normal use
It really depends on what "modem" Orange provided you with and how your personal PC is connected to the modem.
If the "modem" provided by Orange uses WiFi (such as Livebox) networking, then it is a matter of setting up your daighter's laptop to access and use the Livebox WiFi Network. In this case no router is needed since your modem is also a router.
If your PC is connected via Ethernet port to the "modem" and Orange's "modem" is a single Ethernet output port, you would need an AP/Router (Wireless since I am presuming the your daughter's laptop would be accessing the Internet wirelessly) such as the LinkSys WRT54G.
If your PC is connected via USB port to the "modem" and Orange's "modem" has only a USB output port (no Ethernet), you need to make your PC as the default gateway/software router and share your PC's Internet connection. If you are connecting your daughter's laptop using Ethernet cable, then you don't need a WiFi AP/Router but an ordinary hub. If on the other hand the new laptop would connect wirelessly, you would still need something like the WRT54G.
Hope that this be of some help/idea. Pls post again how things turned out or should you need additional information.