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I can't find any of these web pages that you said need help typing for it won't let me get past google, and those other few.My new phone no. now is: 1-541-637-0485. and my knew email address is: tahnkyou, Mya H. Dir

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    hmmm..and who would this be addressed to?


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I need to make my homepage google but i dont know how to

This all depends on the browser you are using. Start the browser you want to set. For Internet Explorer, select Tools, Internet Options from the pull-down menu and type in the home page address in the box on the General tab.
For Google Chrome, click on the button with the three horizontal lines, to the right of the address window. Select Settings from the pull-down menu. For the setting 'On Startup' select 'Open a specific page or set of pages', click on the 'set pages' and type in the web address of the page you want.

Jan 19, 2014 | PC Desktops


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Click on the triangle next to an URL to get a list of pages linked or related to that particular URL. CapeMail is an e-mail search application that allows you to send an e-mail to with the text of your query in the subject line and get the first ten results for that query back. Maybe it's not something you'd do everyday, but if you cell phone does e-mail and doesn't do web browsing, this is a very handy address to know.

Good luck!

on Dec 22, 2009 | PC Desktops

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I want Google as my home page. Help!

go to your browser options look for the home page dialog box and type google web address into it and set as default. If you tell me what browser your using I can tell you in more detail but it's not hard to work out.

Jan 17, 2014 | PC Desktops

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Try to make google my home page

Hi Friend,
Good Day

Go to internet options on clicking on control panel of ur operating system and click on internet options .

Then click on general Tab as Internet options Dialog window appears and You will see there Home Tab
Type the URL that you want to set as ur home page (Eg and click down on ok
after doing this setting next time you open internet explorer ur home page will be official google web page.

Procedure for other browsers like Firefox , opera is same just find options and type url under tab home .

Thanks ,

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Nov 24, 2013 | PC Desktops

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How do I put google icon on desktop

Move the mouse cursor to the, click and drag the lock icon to your desktop, then a google icon will be added to your desktop.

Apr 22, 2013 | PC Desktops

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Unable to open browsers (any) on emachines windows 7

b>All you want to do is view a particular website, but when you open Internet Explorer and type in the web address or click on the page in your Internet Explorer Favorites, the page does not appear. Instead, you read a message announcing that the page cannot be displayed. Through some troubleshooting, you can determine whether the issue is with your connection, the website you are trying to view or Internet Explorer. Once the problem has been identified, it might be an uncomplicated fix.

Find out whether you can view any web pages. Open Internet Explorer and type in the address of a site with which you are unfamiliar. If you need an idea, look around the room and type in a brand name you see, such as" or "" The reason for this is that if you have recently visited a site, the "cached" files might appear on your screen and not provide an accurate determination. If you are able to see a new site, the issue is likely with the website you are trying to visit. Check the connection to the modem or router. If you are unable to view any web pages, your connection might have been lost. Check physical connections to see if anything is unplugged. If you are using a wireless connection, verify that it is still working. Unplug the modem. Pull both the power cord and the phone line or Ethernet plug out of the back of the modem and leave it alone for a few minutes. Plug the cords back in and allow it to power up completely. Try the connection again. Create the menu tab on your homepage right click in the top toolbar you should see a number of toolbar options select the menu tab which will add File Edit View Favorites Tools and Help Click on the tools at the bottom of the drop down list will be internet options or Click start control panel internet options you will see a home page box To Create Page Tabs type each adress on its own line (type in or your preferred home page and browser below that will be change search defaults click on settings you will see all search Providers Toolbar extensions and Accelerators you have have if dont need any of them you can disable or remove them

Click start type cmd press enter you will be in DOS mode type in ipconfig press enter you will see all of your internet connection details or type in your default gateway adress into your internet search should read something like to get an inertnet connection Contact your Internet service provider. A cable, DSL or phone line outage is a common cause for connectivity issues. Delete Internet Explorer's history. Close any open applications and open a new Internet Explorer window. Click "Tools" and then click "Delete Browsing History." Click each "Delete" button, except passwords if you allow IE to retain them for you. Hope this helps.

Dec 30, 2012 | PC Desktops

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Hello, could yo please advise me how can i change the language for a particular web site. I need to change it into malayalam

This is what I do:

1.)First you go to Google

2.)Paste the website into the search bar and push enter.

3.)Than on the leftside of google under the bold category "The Web" click: "More search tools".

4.)Than click "Translated foreign pages".

5.)Once you're at the next page, you will select under "My Language:(I use English for what I want them to be [you would use Malay])". And then you add a language as what the page is originally suppose to be.

6.)And once you're set, click the search button again.

7.)The page should show all the searches in your chosen language and Google Translator will even translate the pages as you go into them to the best of it's ability.

Hope this helps!
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Jun 03, 2011 | IBM NetVista PC Desktop

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I Have had Google as my home page, for some reason I now have alot instead. I want my Google back again. I hope you can help me. Thank you, Joe

In Control Panel, go to internet options, on the homepage settings, type in, delete any other search page there

If it comes back, download and run DR WEB to remove any virus that may be hikacking the homepage

Jan 14, 2011 | PC Desktops

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I need help making a website my home page,any idea how I can do that?

Hi Friend, In this case I would give you some settings for Internet Explorer and the google chrome web browser
For Google Chrome: 1) Goto the settings icon and select options from there. 2) In the options menu you will find the tab named as "Basics" 3) Under that in the second field there is a radio button named as "Open this page" 4) Type in your website address and click "Close"
For Internet Explorer browser: 1) Goto "Tools" in Menu bar and select "Internet Options" 2) The first option you will see in the next screen is Homepage. 3) Type in the address of your website there and teh click apply and then OK.

Dec 13, 2010 | PC Desktops

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Belkin website comes up all the time its frustrating

If the belkin web site has "taken over" your home page, simply go to Tools at the top of your Internet Explorer menu, then Internet Options, then type in a new home page (like

Oct 25, 2008 | Belkin PC Desktops

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