Personalizing Internet Explorer 8: Changing Your Home Page

by jleany - Jun 21, 2010


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By default when you open Internet Explorer your homepage is set to msn.com however, if you don’t want your home to be msn.com, you can change or add to your home page. Watch and learn how.

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One Response to “Personalizing Internet Explorer 8: Changing Your Home Page”

  1. By Jamie Franzman on Jun 22, 2010 | Reply

    IE 8 is good but what about Firefox. Let’s find out if anyone has an idea of what type of training we should be doing with Firefox, and what are some of the more advanced things we can do with a browsers. I’m pretty elementary, I bet a there are some actually pretty cool things with browser. My issue is right now with all the tabbing. I end up with so many windows opening at time, and I want to be able to control where to open in new or existing tabs with a keystroke or something. New tabs are good but I think I’m getting to much of a good thing. Anyone out there know how to set controls on new windows tabs? Share with the audience and me, I’m looking for a good method to controlling opening tabs, I want them on and off, depending on what I’m doing at the time. Also anyone want to share if Firefox, Chrome or IE has better advantages one over the other?

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