Question about Microsoft Internet Explorer 8
Restart your computer. Start up Internet Explorer. Go to tools - options - for advanced user tab. There are two restore buttons. Click on both. One of them will ask to delete personal settings. I'd like to check this box and click restore. Restart Internet Explorer. Go at tools - options (again). At the center of the general tab, at the history area choose settings and set the disk space about 50-100MB no more.
This was the most complicated part of the recovery. After this I suggest you to make a disk clean up at your system, defragmentation and at last a windows update in order to get the critical updates.
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Posted on Sep 04, 2010
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