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How can I change browser from firefox to IE on my windows xp?

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Here ya go:
http://www.winxptutor.com/iedefault.htm

Posted on Mar 16, 2011

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Neither Internet Explorer or Firefox will connect to internet. Firefox say it cant connect to proxy server. How do I check proxy settings?


Open your Internet Explorer,
Go to Tools -> Internet Options -> Connections "Tab" -> LAN Settings -> Proxy server, uncheck the box -> OK

Restart your Browsers ie IE or Firefox, you don't need the proxy server if your are a home users.

Hope it helps.

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When on windows i have flowers around it


If you mean there are flowers around the toolbars of IE or firefox (your browser)
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If win xp sp2 is not a geniue version then wht?


Pay Microsoft to get it activated as a genuine copy. Or buy legal copy of Windows XP.
Or you may want to take this opportunity to get Windows 7.
First run the windows 7 advisor - click here
Then purchase the OEM version it is cheaper than retail. Do not buy the upgrade version since you have an illegal copy of xp.

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Yahoo mail site slow when using IE


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It looks as if you are using older version of IE.
Download IE 8 and see the improvement in speeds.

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Or if you still need a faster browser, download Opera web browser.

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Unable acess web pages-error msg ie 5 or higher version needed


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The user interface on the two browser is very similar.

Firefox is considered 'more powerful' because is more customisable, and you can download many extensions, that are plugins with many functions.

Firefox suffer less from virus problem, as there are more viruses designed to attack IE, however majority of viruses do not make any difference between IE, Firefox, Opera etc.

Internet explorer is more unstable and crashes more easily.

Sometimes new plugins (extension) can make Firefox slower.

Sometimes new download updates can make IE slower.

The two browsers are both good, and both work fine on most situation. I personally use Firefox, as it gives me less troubles with Windows.

My suggestion is : download and install Firefox, if you do not like it, then switch back to IE.

You can use both browsers at the same time.


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