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Closing Multiple Windows

When I have more than one window open on the internet...if I close any window it shuts down all of them asking me if I want to restart the program or search for solution then restart...How do I close one window without closing them all?

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Are you using internet explorer?

Internet explorer is unable to handle many windows open at the same time.

My suggestion is to use Mozilla Firefox which can be downloaded for free which is safer and has much fewer errors than IE. Please update me on the situation and what internet browser you are using and I will work with you until the problem is fixed.

Posted on May 20, 2008

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