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Purge Favorites?

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#1 Lily Livered

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Posted 21 June 2007 - 05:04 PM

Is there a way for a person to delete all (or more than one AT ONCE) links from Favorites, without having to delete each link (or folder) separately??
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Posted 21 June 2007 - 07:18 PM

Open up My Computer from your desktop.
Drive C/Documents and Settings.
Click on your user name if there is more than one user account set up on your computer. Open up the Favorites folder. Hold down the ctrl key while clicking on each entry you want to delete. After highlighting them, RIGHT click, choose delete.

I'm not sure what the Favorites folder would be under if there is only one user account on your computer, you'll have to root around for it. Or someone else can provide the info.

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