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S Ebels
S Ebels Member Posts: 2,322
My computer has accumulated a half dozen tool bars on the top of the screen. How do I get rid of them?

Thanks

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  • Murph'_5
    Murph'_5 Member Posts: 349
    Do you mean Internet Explorer ?

    > My computer has accumulated a half dozen tool

    > bars on the top of the screen. How do I get rid

    > of them?

    >

    > Thanks





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  • Murph'_5
    Murph'_5 Member Posts: 349
    Do you mean Internet Explorer ?

    If so hit the veiw button and pik toolbar as an option, then unchek the ones you dont need !!



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  • Uni R
    Uni R Member Posts: 663
    Not load toolbars...

    It depends how they load themselves. Many are in your startup folder(s).


    Right click your Start button


    Click Open All Users


    Doubleclick on Programs


    Doubleclick on Startup


    Figure out what in the startup loads the menus and then move them somewhere where they don't load or you can delete them altogether.


    Next go up a few folders to the folder with your user name and do the same thing again. These can load from your personalized settings or the general settings. For anything that loads from your Registry, it's much riskier trying to fix, but hopefully this method will stop them from loading.
  • Patchogue Phil_22
    Patchogue Phil_22 Member Posts: 7
    What OS?

    What operating system? Windoze 98? XP? ME? 2000?

    Some OS you can click START...RUN and type msconfig hit enter. Click Startup tab. Uncheck what you do not want. HOWEVER, PROCEDE AT YOUR OWN RISK.


    Also, some of those icons at the bottom of your screen near the clock, you can right-click them and they might have a configure option or settings. Some have an option to load at startup or not.

    PROCEDE AT YOUR OWN RISK!!


  • Dave Stroman
    Dave Stroman Member Posts: 763


    Go to www.komando.com and search for the answer there.

    Dave in Denver
    Dave Stroman
  • hydronicsmike
    hydronicsmike Member Posts: 855
    Go to...

    ...the VIEW menu in your Internet Explorer and then select TOOLBARS and uncheck the ones you don't want.
    I hope this helps.
  • doug_16
    doug_16 Member Posts: 62
    Windows XP - New Joisey Edition


    Dear Consumas:

    It has come ta our attention dat a cupola copies of the Windows XP New Joisey Edition may have been shipped outsida Joisey. If ya got one a dese, you may need some help unnerstanin da commands.

    Da Joisey edition may be recognized by da unique openin' screen.
    It reads: "Windas XP", wit a background pitcha a Hoboken. When yous start da program, instead a da usual hary stringy like music, you hear a little Springsteen.

    It's also shipped wit a Sopranos screen sava.

    Please also note:
    Recycle bin is labeled "Newark"

    My Computa is called "My Friggin' Computa"

    The inbox is referred to as "Da Trunk"

    Deleted items are referred to as "Wacked", "Erased" or "Rubbed Out"

    Control Panel is known as "Da Bosses"

    Performin' an "illegal operation" is known as "Enhancin da Family Business"
    and will actually maximize da program instead a shuttin' it down

    Hard Drive is referred to as "Da Turnpike on Da Way to Da Shore"

    Instead of an error message, "You Ain't Gonna Friggin Believe Dis" pops up

    Other Changes in Terminology in Da Joisey Edition:

    OK.....Sure ting

    Cancel.....Fugetabouit

    Reset.....Start Ova

    Yes.....Yeah

    No.....Nah

    Find.....Put a Contract Out On

    Browse.....Get a looksee

    Back.....U-Toin

    Help.....Get You Own Friggin' Ansa

    Stop.....Knock It Off

    Start.....Move It

    Settings.....Here's da Rules

    We regret any inconvenience it may have caused if you mistakenly got a copy of the Joisey Edition. You may return it to Microsoft for a replacement voysion.


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