Question about Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition
When i click on a link in an email and a new browser window opens & I try to close that browser window only, it shuts down my inbox and returns to the yahoo homepage. Is there a way to prevent that from happening so I can just return to my inbox?
* Open Internet Explorer by double clicking the blue E icon on you desktop.
* Click on Tools (if you don't see tools, as in IE 7, press the 'alt' key to show)
* Click on Internet Options
* Click on the Advanced tab.
* Scroll down to “Reuse windows for launching shortcuts” and uncheck
* Finish and close the dialog by clicking "OK
* Open the Firefox browser
* Click on Tools
* Click on options
* Click on the Advanced button
* Under tabbed browsing you have three choices.
o “a new window” will open a new browser window with each new link.
o "a new tab in the most recent window" will open a new tab in the current browser window.
o "the most recent tab/window" will open the link in the tab or window that is currently open.
* To retain the window you had open before you clicked on the link you should choose either "a new window" or "a new tab…"
Posted on Jul 01, 2008
Try opening "new" pages in Tabs and when you want to exit said page just close the tab.
Posted on Jul 01, 2008
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