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How do I open my Windows Vista Browser? it seems I can't clear my browser any more! Please help!! I used to get Google to open, and then I would put www. into it and then they would show on the last line how mant items were in my browser, then I would clik on that line and it would show me all my browser items, now when I click that bottom line I just get an arror page telling me that maybe I have misspelled the word that I'm looking for. How is this?? What can I do to correct this? PLEASE!!

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First Vista is an OS nor a browser.But IE 7,8,9 are windows browsers.Then when you open IE then you can do a search using Google Bing or Ask to be the search engines of your preference.


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