This week’s email newsletter article is:
- How to Make Internet Explorer Show the Home Page in New Tabs
Long-time subscriber Mike G. wrote to ask about a frustrating issue that crept in with a new Internet Explorer version…
When I open Windows Internet Explorer the first tab opens the first tab to the default page — Google — just fine. However, when I open subsequent tabs in the same window, they all come up as blank page. It used to always open the additional tabs to the default.
I am running Internet Explorer 11.0.9600; update version 184.108.40.20600.
This Week Online — Blast From The Past
A Look at Articles from Past Newsletters
The week has been "fun" — yes, that’s fun in quotes. All’s well that ends well, they say, but sometimes getting there isn’t much fun…
Last year, my Father’s Day present was a homemade gift card authorizing me to upgrade my PC. I thought about it and, ultimately, decided to upgrade the graphics card only, and do the motherboard and CPU at a later time.
That time came. My wife decided that her PC was ready to be upgraded. That was OK, since it was four years old. We talked and decided that she just wanted faster, but not necessarily new. Worked for me…
I ordered a new Gigabyte motherboard with the Intel® Z87 chipset […]
Do you want security software pre-installed on your computer? That’s the basic question from long-time subscriber Richard Fuller:
This probably falls under the heading of "daft questions", but as someone who regards computers as most people do their cars (ie. I don’t care what goes on under the bonnet so long as it works) I’d appreciate your advice.
The new computer I’m considering buying from a local supplier includes
I wrote about upgrading my notebook from 4 GB of RAM to 8 GB and from a 5200 RPM hard drive to a Solid State Drive (SSD). I got stopped in the upgrade process by a need to get a Windows 7 install DVD (as opposed to a Recovery DVD).
I ordered a retail copy of Windows 7 Home Premium to install on the new SSD. After installing Windows 7 Home Edition 64-bit version on the notebook, the real fun began […]
Subscriber Bill Thompson wanted to upgrade from Windows XP to Windows 7.
THIS IS BILL THOMPSON.I HAVE A SONY DESKTOP AND ITS HAS WINDOWS XPME.I WANT TO UPGRADE TO WINDOW 7 BUT I AM HAVING TROUBLE FINDING ALL THE DRIVERS I NEED WITHOUT SPENDING A LOT OF TIME AND MONEY.
CAN YOU PLEASE ADVISE
Many XP drivers will work even with Windows 7, but not all. If you upgrade and […]
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