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Google cries Foul over Internet Explorer 7

Google cries foul over Internet Explorer 7 because it defaults to MSN Search. Microsoft’s tongue-in-cheek reply? Just change it! As much as I dislike Microsoft I have to appreciate the humor.

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Written May 1st, 2006 by | 2 Comments | Filed under: Search Engine Tips ,

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  1. Hey,
    No good deed goes unpunished:) My family has been trying to get my parents to leave AOL and get high speed. They finally have.. IE 6 (and 7) do not load the probelem is that in connections tab under Lan settings it has the box checked for check proxy and it has the loopback IP address. You uncheck it and check Auto detect and try to log on and it goes back to the proxy box checked to the loopback address? Has anyone ever encountered this? I downloaded firefox and it works just fine. Ahy help on this matter would not only be helpful but HUGE!!!

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    Reply by: Blog Bloke at 7:43 pm said...

    A good place to start would be to put all of the Internet Option settings back to the default. Close down IE then reload again and see if that helps. If it persists check for spyware.

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