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#1 highpocket


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Posted 16 November 2011 - 06:28 PM

Can someone advise how to replace "Ask" search with "Yahoo" in internet explorer?

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#2 Artrooks


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Posted 16 November 2011 - 06:54 PM

Hello HighPocket,

  • Start Internet Explorer and look to the upper right of the screen where you see the box with "Ask Search."
  • Click on the "down arrow" to the right of the "magnify glass."
  • Select "Find more Providers."
  • Once the "Internet Explorer Gallery Add-ons" page loads, move your mouse to the right screen border to move the page to the right.
  • Continue to the end and bottom right. Click on "Yahoo Search Suggestions" and then click "Add to Internet Explorer."
  • Click "Add." You may also check to make it your default search engine.

If you have the "Ask Toolbar" installed and wish to delete it,
Click "Start," "Set Program Access and Defaults," "Change or remove programs," select the "Ask Toolbar," and click "Remove."



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