The strange thing is that now the browsers won't keep any of the preferences that are set. So if I set a home page, it won't stick. If I set the language of Yahoo, Google or Google News to English (rather than Vietnamese, which it will default to here where I am due to some behind-the-scenes work done by those 2 companies) and it will revert back to Vietnamese by default, disregarding the preference box I checked. I guess this is a cookie issue, but it must be in some place where all the browsers' cookies are affected, since it does the same in Firefox and IE.
I hope it's not on of these Deep Freeze type programs that the guy installed. How would I check to see if that's the case, because that would be a very debilitating setup for this computer, since it's one designated for English speaking staff, and having it set to it can't be switched to English language would mean lots of headaches every day. I could see problems like having to reinstall Flash every time you hit a flash any website that uses flash.
I just checked whether the home page I set up on Google Chrome was kept or not -- it was not, it got deleted from my Options section on reboot.
I remember now that when I started Chrome, there was a message that preferences file was corrupted.
So does anyone have an idea what I can do to fix this?
Edited by Billermo, 08 June 2010 - 03:48 AM.