Are you the type of pc user who clicks yes to every offer of bonus content or free toolbars...or lust let adware install willy-nilly.No?Then you might like to see what happens to IE6 and IE7 under those circumstances.click hereNote the impressive recovery demonstrated by the Reset function of IE7This article both amused and impressed me.
lol that alot of toolbars in the first picture,Reminds me of a few people i know.As for installing that sort of stuff myself NO WAY!!!I like my pc to run as smooth as possible.
Food for thought!
Interesting.Let's go a bit further...What additional toolbars do you have?My only extra is Spoofstick - just so I can check where I REALLY am! It's easier to reac than the url bit of the navigation toolbar. And it's available for IE and Firefox.
I don't have any extra toolbars installed at all. I did think of the google one but I have google as my homepage and normally switch between 2 webpages anyway, the one I'm on and one to search.
I don't use toolbars just bookmarks which work well for me.
set it as my Desktop to remind me not to accept these offers ;)
lol............what really impressed me was how the total mess he made of IE7 on VISTA was almost completely cleared by resetting (only the Yahoo toolbar remained).I've never seen IE as bad as that but it just shows what you can achieve if you try!
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