How to Block / Restrict Browser’s Toolbar against Undesired Changes

On every browser, toolbar is one of the easiest ways to navigate through menu items or bookmarks. By default, they will be enabled and it can be changed or disabled with a simple menu command. On a shared computer,you can prevent or restrict other users from being able to change the appearance of the browser. […]

How to Customize Internet Explorer Toolbar from Registry

The Internet Explorer toolbar can be customized using the registry editor. This can be useful to add or remove elements from the toolbar completely. Every change can be reverted back. A few simple commands can make some unwanted buttons and commands to disappear from the toolbar. Here is how you can do it.. Click "Start […]

Enable Multiple Simultaneous Download Sessions in Internet Explorer

Internet Explorer does not allow more than two simultaneous download sessions. This is to comply with certain Internet standards that prohibit multiple file downloads at a time. This can however be changed by making changes in the registry. Make sure that you follow these steps closely and only in a manner as described below since […]

How to Open An HTML Page In MS-Excel

Excel is “Web aware,” meaning that the program knows how to handle hyperlinks. You can add a hyperlink in a document, click on that link, and Excel opens your Web browser and displays the contents of that link in the browser. (You can also create a hyperlink to other Office documents, including Excel workbooks.) You […]

Create A Context Menu Item To E-Mail An IE Page

How would you e-mail a page in Internet Explorer by right-clicking on it? If you get this in your mind, here is the solution to it. Using this method you can send pages from Internet Explorer. It involves a simple registry hack with a small tweak. It is as follows.. 1. Start the Registry Editor: […]


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