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Reveal your Internet Explorer menu bar and toolbar by pressing the Alt or F11 keys on your keyboard. This method works when you have accidentally hidden the menu and toolbar, or if you have set the browser to full-screen... More »

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The Ask Toolbar is a potentially unwanted program toolbar that is usually installed as a bundle with another program and can hijack the home page and search engine of a user. It can be uninstalled manually, with the help... More »

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To remove the Ask toolbar from a computer running Windows 8, click Start, enter "programs" and click Programs and Features. Click a program with "Ask" in the title or in the Publisher column and click the Uninstall/Chang... More »

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To increase the size of text in Internet Explorer, disable the preset font size and style from the Accessibility dialog box, select the desired font, and choose the font size from the View menu. Alternatively, increase t... More »

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Determine your version of Internet Explorer by using the Help pull-down menu and clicking About Internet Explorer. There is a Version field in the dialog box that appears that indicates which browser version is running o... More »

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Browse to the page that you would like to appear instead of "about:blank" in Internet Explorer, for example, www.google.com. Right click on the icon that looks like a house and then click "Add or change homepage." Now cl... More »

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To remove Internet Explorer in Windows 8, access the Settings Panel by moving your cursor to the upper-right-hand corner of your screen, search for "Windows Features," select Turn Windows Feature On or Off, and uncheck t... More »

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