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This works for IE8.
Remove all traces of the Babylon software through the Add/Remove programs area then the Babylon folder from c/: Program Files (x86).
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Open the "sites" window and fill in in the area which says "Add this web site to the zone". When the address is typed in click "Add" then Apply.
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Opening tabs within a browser

Not exactly clear what you meant. Were you asking how to open additional tabs?

For most browsers:
Ctrl + T Opens new tab
Ctrl + N Opens new window
Ctrl + W Closes current tab
Ctrl + Tab Cycles through open tabs.

Alternatively most browsers has a tab that you can click to open new tabs (often has a + symbol on it).

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Follow the given steps to remove pop-up from your PC
1. Open Internet Explorer and click on the "Tools" tab.
2. Open the "Internet Options" tab and then click on the "Privacy" tab.
3. Press the "Settings" button to open the "Pop-up Blocker Settings."
4. Select the "High" option in the section titled "Blocking Level." Click "OK" to close the window.
5. Click "Apply" in the "Internet Options" window and then click "OK" to close it.

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My internet window will not close when I x out. It does not respond and will ask after a few minutes if i want to close the program, causing all internet windows to close. Please help!

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2. Just above the information (the content of the web page you will the name of the website in a tab.
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If You want to open it in a new window instead of a tab, go to Tools, Options, go to Tabs, and in the firs row, select in a new window instead of in a new tab.

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Try using tabbed browsing instead, then all your 'windows' are now tabs within your browser.
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