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Try reinstalling the browser

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How do I remove google chrome app launcher?


its a glitch in Google Chromes latest update. just uninstall Chrome remove all its registry keys and left over folders. restart your computer.
then use Internet Explorer only then go to https://chrome.google.com click the download and follow the instructions. The app launcher will not install onto your desktop, but will open to the app launcher page when you open Chrome.
that too can be removed also bu going into settings "Open a specific page or set of pages. Set Pages" click on set pages and add new page to about:blank or to whatever page you want Chrome to open to. then click save. and that is it no more app page.
once i did this Chrome opens a lot faster.

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Android Keyboard Shortcuts for Browsing Menu + I: Zoom in Menu + O: Zoom out...


<br />Android Keyboard Shortcuts for Browsing<br /><br />Menu + I: Zoom in<br /><br />Menu + O: Zoom out<br /><br />Menu + J: Go back a page<br /><br />Menu + K: Go forward a page<br /><br />Menu + R: Refresh current page<br /><br />Menu + F: Find on page<br /><br />Menu + B: Open bookmarks<br /><br />Menu + S: Open social network sharing menu<br /><br />Menu + H: View browsing history<br /><br />Menu + S: Open browser settings<br /><br /><br /><br />Android Keyboard Shortcuts for Apps<br /><br />Search + B: Open browser<br /><br />Search + C: Open contacts<br /><br />Search + E: Open e-mail<br /><br />Search + G: Open Gmail<br /><br />Search + I: Open calendar<br /><br />Search + M: Open maps<br /><br />Search + P: Open music<br /><br />Search + S: Open text messaging<br /><br />Search + Y: Open YouTube<br /><br />

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How to Disable Google Instant Search Permanently in Firefox


Google state that this instant search feature saves time and effort when you come to search for something on the web.
If you're like me and many other people you will find this feature a pain in the backside when having to click on the right hand side to disable it everytime you open Firefox.
However there is a way to disable this feature permanently from the configuration page inside the browser itself.

Below I will show you how disable Instant search:

Open a new Firefox browser window and type About:Config in the address bar. Press the Enter key. (this is the bar at the top of the page which starts with http://)

Read the warning. Press the "I'll Be Careful, I Promise!" button.

Type Firefox in the blank field labeled Filter.

Double-click on the following entry to open a dialog box: general.useragent.extra.firefox.

Type www.google.com into the blank field. Click the OK button to close the dialog box.

Exit out of the browser window

Now when you open Firefox again you see that the Instant search is not there anymore and won't hinder your browsing experience.


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on Dec 24, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Set google as homepage


In Firefox:
1) Browse to Google.com
2) On Toolbar cick Tools -> Options
3) Make sure you are on the General tab
4) Under Home page, click Use Current Pages.
Done

In Internet Explorer:
1) Browse to Google.com
2) On Toolbar cick Tools -> Internet Options
3) Make sure you are on the General tab
4) Under Home page, click Use Current.
Done

In Google Chrome:
1) Browse to Google.com
2) Click on the Customize and control Google Chrome button at top right of browser
3) Under "On Startup" click in the Open a specific page or set of pages radio button
4) Click Set pages
5) Click Use Current Pages
Done

In Opera:
1) Browse to Google.com
2) Click The Opera Button on Top Left Corner of the browser
3) Click Settings
4) Under startup click in the Open a specific page or set of pages radio button
5) Click Set pages
6) Click Use Current Pages
Done

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How do you remove/delete google reader from following me


In order to protect internet searchers, Google set up a notice to warn users that they are visiting a new page when being redirected from the Google search URL. From here a user can see that the browser is redirecting them, and can choose to visit the site or return to the Google search page. Unfortunately, occasionally this notice may appear each time you click on a search result in Google, making it frustrating to search for anything through Google. If you get the Google redirect notice constantly, you can clear your Internet browser cache and cookies to resolve the issue.

Open the Firefox browser on your computer, and click the "Firefox" option at the top left of the program. Scroll over and hover over "History," then click on "Clear Recent History" from the drop-down menu. Select "Everything" for "Time range to clear," and place check-marks next to "Cookies" and "Cache" in the "Details" section. Click "Clear Now." Allow Firefox to delete the information, then restart the browser. Internet Explorer Open the Internet Explorer browser on your computer, and click the "Tools" (Gear icon) option at the top right of the program. Scroll down, and click on "Internet Options." Click on "Delete" beneath "Browsing history." Put check-marks next to "Cookies" and "Temporary Internet Files." Click "Delete." Allow Internet Explorer to delete the information, then restart the browser. Google Chrome Open the Google Chrome browser on your computer, and click the wrench icon at the top right of the program. Scroll down, then click "Options." Click "Under the Hood" on the left side of the browser window, then click "Clear browsing data" in the "Privacy" section. Select "the beginning of time" for the "Obliterate the following items" drop-down. Put check-marks next to "Empty the cache" and "Delete cookies and other site and plug-in data." Click "Clear browsing data." Allow Chrome to delete the information, then restart the browser.
http://googlesystem.blogspot.com/2007/02/google-redirect-notice.html b> http://www.google.com/support/chrome/bin/answer.py?answer=95582

Feb 02, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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Can remove google reader icon from following me


Step 1:
In order to protect internet searchers, Google set up a notice to warn users that they are visiting a new page when being redirected from the Google search URL. From here a user can see that the browser is redirecting them, and can choose to visit the site or return to the Google search page. Unfortunately, occasionally this notice may appear each time you click on a search result in Google, making it frustrating to search for anything through Google. If you get the Google redirect notice constantly, you can clear your Internet browser cache and cookies to resolve the issue.

Open the Firefox browser on your computer, and click the "Firefox" option at the top left of the program. Scroll over and hover over "History," then click on "Clear Recent History" from the drop-down menu. Select "Everything" for "Time range to clear," and place check-marks next to "Cookies" and "Cache" in the "Details" section. Click "Clear Now." Allow Firefox to delete the information, then restart the browser. Internet Explorer Open the Internet Explorer browser on your computer, and click the "Tools" (Gear icon) option at the top right of the program. Scroll down, and click on "Internet Options." Click on "Delete" beneath "Browsing history." Put check-marks next to "Cookies" and "Temporary Internet Files." Click "Delete." Allow Internet Explorer to delete the information, then restart the browser. Google Chrome Open the Google Chrome browser on your computer, and click the wrench icon at the top right of the program. Scroll down, then click "Options." Click "Under the Hood" on the left side of the browser window, then click "Clear browsing data" in the "Privacy" section. Select "the beginning of time" for the "Obliterate the following items" drop-down. Put check-marks next to "Empty the cache" and "Delete cookies and other site and plug-in data." Click "Clear browsing data." Allow Chrome to delete the information, then restart the browser.
http://googlesystem.blogspot.com/2007/02/google-redirect-notice.html b> http://www.google.com/support/chrome/bin/answer.py?answer=95582

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Having a problem in browsing internet


I may be from your Internet connect not working if you are getting blank or pages that will not open. Check your Internet connection. IE8 is better but does have this issue sometimes. I use either Google Chrome or FireFox for my browser needs. Click Here to try another browser. I hope this works for you. Thanks for using FixYa! John

Feb 23, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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When i install google chrome yhen it works good but when i restart my computer then google chrome does'nt load web pages and i see a messege that the web pages r unresponsive to make them responsive two...


1. Set your chorme to use default statup page for google ( E.g. http://www.google.com/webhp?hl=pa )
You can do that by going in OPTIONS -> BASICS

2. Open chorme and you will see google.com is already open

3. Google the name of website you want to browse. ( e.g. type gmail and click search )

4. Right Click the Link to gmail and open in new tab.

5. You have sucessfully opened a new Website in Chorme web browse.
Welcome to the future Web broser. lol </b>

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I cant open yahoo email


HI,

Please try opening your mail account in a new browser.I suggest you download and install Mozilla browser and then open your account and see if you get the display.You can download mozilla from:

www.mozilla.com

Let me know the result

Thank you


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I couldnt browse the internet but im connected to to the ISP coz i try to ping it... it was connected


Very quick test to find out the cause. open command prompt and try to ping www.google.com

If it resolves an IP for google, then open a web browser, any web browser will do. This is providing that you are sure your computer is free of viruses, spyware, or malware such as browser hijackers and so forth. Anyway, if you try to go to www.google.com and cannot get there, the place the IP in the browser for google.com you got from the ping results. If you get the google page by IP, then you are having DNS issues. Contact your provider and report this so they can fix it for you.

That is my shortest answer for this problem.

Happy Surfing

Mar 02, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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