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All of your Firefox settings and personal information are stored in aprofile folder. For specific instructions todisable, configure or removesome of the most common toolbars (and pop-up lockers), see "Disable or Configure Common Pop-Up Blockers or Remove Add-on Toolbars" in the related articles at To save a group of tabs, click the Favorites button, click the arrow next to the Add to Favorites button, and then click Add Current Tabs to Favorites. To access its private browsing mode, called InPrivate Browsing, click the gear icon in the upper-right corner then Safety > InPrivate Browsing, or simply press Ctrl+Shift+P on your keyboard. have a peek here

It will it take weeks of behavioural reconditioning to get me back to using the mouse. Go to the Start menu > Run. Internet Explorer 8 Is Not Displaying Pages or Opening Links Hope this helps,Ada Liu TechNet Community Support

Marked as answer by Cloud_TSModerator Sunday, December 08, 2013 5:07 PM Sunday, Worked for me.

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Thanks. Actually there is a fix, use another browser. Reply trev September 11, 2014 at 6:49 pm i tried lots of things nothing worked.uninstall internet explorer in programs the reinstall.sorted Reply Luke September 4, 2014 at 1:13 am might also If doesn't fix, so please follow next method.

You can reset Internet Explorer back to its original default settings as follows (see warning note below): Start Internet Explorer (if possible) and select the Tools menu. If "Block pop-ups windows" is checked, you can either uncheck it to allow pop-up windows; or you can click the Exceptions button beside "Block pop-ups windows" and specify that the website Double-click on the remove.reg file that you saved onto your computer (usually on the Windows desktop). Adobe Flash Player Reply FilGee October 3, 2012 at 2:56 pm # I fixed this problem now.

I'm sure it's in the top 100 of watched github projects. Reply brooke September 12, 2014 at 3:50 pm I've tried every step, and is now trying the last one. The two main reasons given in these issues are slightly slower response when using Ctrl-T instead of button click to manipulate browser tabs (5659) , and to stop malicious code preventing Reply Mary May 13, 2014 at 3:34 pm Thank you so much!

That makes this problem even more cynical... ;) Comment 8 by Deleted ...@, Sep 23 2010 Processing You're sure that typo isn't copied from your code? "unbeforeunload" should be "onbeforeunload" right? Malwarebytes Ctrl + Tab Switch to next tab. Reset Chrome to its Original Defaults (reprinted from Chrome help) Programs that you install canchange your Chrome settings without your knowledge. Have you ever typed Ctrl+L?

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Thanks to @Lime for the great link. The security argument is ridiculous. Ie Tab Why were bloody religious wars so incredibly frequent in Europe in the century following the Reformation? Firefox For example, Ctrl+E types é, but Ctrl+EE types è.

Enable Adobe Flash Add-on to View Videos The free Adobe Flash Player browser plug-in lets you view video and animated content in an Internet browser. Caching can drastically improve browsing speed and efficiency because it allows the browser to store key web page information locally in your computer. Also, I would love to have unfettered access to the clipboard as well, adding and removing data from it at will via javascript. For example, in the Spanish keyboard, Ctrl+N types ñ. Chrome

It enabled me to discover that my problem was caused by Norton 360. But really, anything that gives Ctrl-WNT for those of us who want it. I re-set again to "Your first home page". The real reason this was disabled was due to I think this is as far as this issue has gone: Thanks!

See also: Thanks! For people what have similar problems - Uninstall this (Sense) and all problems will be resolved. i found the .dll that was cousing the conflict….

I have tried all your steps as far as my operating system allows but still could not solve.

It's only going to frustrate people when they try a site out and then find it's overriden the shortcuts. If I click the home button all tabs go back to their home settings. Ctrl + T Open a new tab. See the Topic Index below for help with your specific browser.

I think I've tried every suggestion listed so far, and a few more that were posted at other sites. Abridged and reprinted below are the steps for how to completely uninstall and then reinstall a clean copy of Firefox. The apps that need to do override, though, *really* need to do it. I literally have to right click on whatever link I wish to open, click on "Copy Shortcut", open a new tab and paste it in there.

Again, press F5 to refresh, and it loads the image. Reply Pattie September 10, 2016 at 10:13 pm I tried all of your steps and I still get the error message IE stopped working.