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When I want to go onto Internet Explorer from my home page which is Bing it tells me they cannot open Internet Explorer, it doesn't happen everytime but most, sometimes if I hit refresh enought times it will open. I had Rootweb install by Geek Squad at Best Buy Com. I have my ISP and DSL line with Qwest. Please advise me to what is wrong.

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Control panel,internet options to create a home page type in www.intenetexplorer

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MSN is my home page BUT ASK comes up when I open Explorer instead.


When you have internet explorer opened, click on the gear icon on the right side of the screen, Upper right corner go down to Internet Options. Right on the first page there is a option to set your home page.

In the box type www.msn.com or www.bing.com, then click the apply tab on the bottom right corner, then click OK that should fix your issue.

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I Want BING HAS MY HOME PAGE


The is done differently in different browsers. The three most common are Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Chrome. I'll list the steps for each.

Internet Explorer:
  1. Make sure you've closed all open tabs, then open Internet Explorer for the desktop.

  2. Click Tools, and or click Internet options.


Under the General tab, enter the web address of your new home page, and then click Apply.

Firefox:

  1. Open the web site you want to set as your home page. If you want a blank home page, open a new tab.
  2. Click the icon to the left of the web address, drag it to the Home button, and release.
  3. Click Yes to set this as your home page.


Chrome:


  1. Click the Chrome menu snp_2696434_en_v1 on the browser toolbar.
  2. Select Settings.
    • Set your homepage
      When the "Show Home button" checkbox is selected, a web address appears below it. If you want the Homepage button to open up a different webpage, click Change to enter a link.

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I wont google to come up as my search engine when i go on line


If it doesn't come up, then you might not have set google.com as your home page or your search engine. It's best to set your homepage as google.com so that you will never have problem with your search engine. If your browser is googlechrome, click the wrench icon on top right hand corner of your googlechrome and select option, now in the Home Page section, type in google.com and close it. Now everytime you open your googlechrome, google.com will open up, also everytime you click the Home button, google.com will automatically open up.
If it's Internet Explorer, click the "Tools" on the Menu, select "Internet Options" and then in the General tab, type in google.com of the Home Page section and then click "Ok" to close it, you can also click "Apply" but never try to close it directly before clicking Ok or Apply, the changes made won't be saved.
If you need further help, let me know.
Good Luck.
Thanks for using FixYa.

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From start screen,we want i/explorer,but it keeps going to 'yahoo'. We don't want yahoo! Where are we going wrong?


  1. You need to change your Home Page. Decide what you want for a home page, e.x. google.com, msn.com, bing.com, pcrepairshop.org, etc.
  2. Open up your Start Menu, followed by opening your Control Panel.
  3. Find the Internet Option Control Panel and open it.
  4. Type in your desired home page in the Home Page box of the Internet Properties window.
  5. Click Apply and OK. Open a new instance of Internet Explorer to see your Home Page.

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Some time ago I downloaded Google to my computer and it took over and everytime I open Internet Explorer, I get the Google website. I want to go back to myTelus. Can you help?


It sounds like your default homepage has been changed.
  1. Start Internet Explorer.
  2. On the Tools menu, click Internet Options.
  3. Click the General tab.
  4. In the Address box, type the Web page address that you want for your home page.
    NOTE: If you want the page that you are currently viewing in Internet Explorer to be your home page, click Use Current.
  5. Click OK

That should clear things up for you.

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To set bing homepage


Since you haven't specified which internet browser you are using, I am giving you solutions for the most common Internet browsers on the web.

1. For Internet Explorer: Go to Tools>Internet Options>You will see the section Home Page with a box to type in a web address.

2. Type the web address: http://www.bing.com

3. Go down to the bottom of that window. Click the Apply Button.

4. Click OK.


For Mozilla Firefox:

1. Go to Tools>Options>Click the General Tab> When Firefox Starts>Click on the drop down menu> Select Show my Homepage.

2. Underneath that where it has a box to type in a web address: Type in:

http://www.bing.com

3. Then click on Use current pages.

4. Click OK.


For Google Chrome:

1. Click on the wrench on the right side of the page.

2. Go to Options>Basics.

3. Make sure there is a dot where it says on Start Up> Open the home page.

4. Where it says Home Page>Click on the dot that says Open this page> Type in :

http://www.bing.com


5. Where it says Toolbar> Click on the box that says Show Home button.

6. Close the window.

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I don't want microsoft internet explorer 8 with Bing as a home page. I want Http://att.net yahoo/com


On your "internet explorer " go to "tools" "internet options" General options , type in the page you would like as your home page. Click" apply'" and your done

Mar 06, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How to make bing my home page


Make Bing my Home Page

Open IE -> Tools -> Internet Options -> General tab -> copy & paste Bing URL "http://www.bing.com/" to the Home Page -> Apply & OK
Restart IE

Open Firefox -> Tools -> Options -> copy & paste Bing URL "http://www.bing.com/" to the Home Page -> Click OK
Restart Firefox.

Hope it helps.

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I am using windows xp however I unable to change my explorer homepage everytime I changed the home page. It again shows the same home page www.fusionace.com. Tell me solution so, I am able to change t


This sounds like a BHO. Download and run the free version of malwarebytes available here http://malwarebytes.org/

after the scan you should be able to reset your homepage.

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