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nana, to do this depends on the internet browser you are using and the version. The most common is Internet Explorer (a Blue e icon) to make Google your home page open the page as you wish it to be in Internet Explorer and wait until it has finished opening. Once done look for the tools menu at the top of the window. In there look for Internet options. once this is opened the General tab contains the section at the top for setting your default home page, just click 'use current', multiple pages can be entered in this section and for each line added a new window will open for each when Internet Explorer starts. once you have the URL is entered correctly click ok,
Remove Ask Toolbar add-ons from Internet Explorer. Open Internet Explorer, then click on the gear icon (Tools for Windows XP users) at the top (far right) and then select Manage add-ons.
From the Toolbars and Extensions tab, select Ask Toolbar, askBar BHO and any other unknown extensions, then click on Disable.
Change your Internet Explorer home page from ask.com to its default
To change your home page, click on the gear icon , select Internet Explore options, and in the General tab,under the Home page section, click on Use default to restore Internet
Depending on your browser, you can go to the Google page and then set it under options to be your homepage. In Firefox, for example, you do this with Tools->Options->General->Use Current Page. In Internet Explorer, it is Tools->Internet Options->General->Use current page.
If you have Internet Explorer open click Tools at the top of the browser, then select Internet Options. You can also get to Internet Options by clicking Start/Control Panel and look for it. Once you open Internet Options click the General Tab and look down under Browsing History and click the Delete Button. You can also click the Settings Button under Browsing History and have the computer set when it deletes pages you've visited. Look down at the History section and you can change the number of days that you want the computer to keep track of the pages you've visited.
First we need to check the version for Internet Explorer ,windows xp comes with internet explorer 6 and vista comes with 7 so to check that open up the webpage and then right on top of the page you will see a menu that has file,edit,view,favourates,tools and help and in vista if you dont find it press the ALT key on the keyboard it will show up.Now you need to click on help ?about internet explorer?check the version for internet explorer if it is 8 then FOR XP go to start ?control panel ?add remove programs?right on top of the page check the box that says show updates .Look for anything that says internet explorer 8 or ie 8,select it and then remove it.
In vista you will have to click on control panel?program and features? then click on show instaled updates that would be listed on the left hand side then look for Internet explorer 8?select it and then click on uninstall .
If its not internet explorer 8 then delete cookies,temp files ,clear history by going to tools,internet options and in the internet options page click on the tab that says content?click clear SSL STATE...The other thing that can be done is go to the Advance tab and then click on reset that will be at the the bottom of the page ,click apply and ok .
hi try this: Changing the home page The home page can be anything you want to see when you first start Internet Explorer. Here’s how to set the home page to something special or to nothing at all: 1. Start IE. That’s Internet Explorer, in case you were silly and skipped reading this chapter’s introduction. 2. Visit the Web page you want as your home page. For example, visit Yahoo! or my own Web page, www.wambooli.com/. Displaying that Web page now makes choosing it as your home page much easier. 3. Choose Tools-Internet Options. You set the home page in the Internet Options dialog box, in the top part of the General tab, as shown in Figure 18-1. You have three choices: • Use Current: Choose the current page as the home page. You notice that the current page’s address appears in the box. • Use Default: This choice would be the Microsoft preference, which is probably the MSN home page. • Use Blank: This option tells IE to start with a blank page — an item popular with many folks. 4. Select whichever option you want. For example, to switch to the page you were viewing, click the Use Current button. 5. Click OK. Now, that page is the first thing you see when you start IE. These steps should reset your home page, but the change may not be for good, as the following subsections demonstrate.
Open internet explorer. Click on tools, then internet options. Type in your home page in the box that shows up, then click okay. Your home page is set! Oh and if you could give this solution a fixya rating, I'd appreciate it. Thanks! :c)
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When you close out does it give you a message to "close all tabs. If so and you ok it will shut down everything that internet explorer is working on. When I/E is open and you want to close only the screen you are on look at the top of the page and you will see the tabs that are currently open and close them individually from there.
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