Running Windows 7 and IE8. I've been trying to view my browsing history, but every time I click on History, it will only give me a list of my local searches (documents, saved files, etc.). It won't show me a list of internet sites I've visited. I've checked all my settings, and they're correct. When I click on the Favorites tab, there is no History tab within it. I have to right click on the arrow in the upper left-hand corner to find a History tab. But it still won't show me previously visited internet sites. What can I do …

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Everytime I try and browse the internet on my Toshiba laptop, the pages will load, but after waiting a stupid amount of time.. I have tried everything to fix it (Malware removal, Search n Destroy, AVG, wireless card update, defrag, windows update, ethernet connection, multiple browsers) It's definatly not my router thats the problem or the wireless card as other laptops in the house can connect and run super quick.. Im all out of ideas. And nothing seems to fix it.. Specs for the laptop are: Toshiba Intel R Celeron CPU 900 2.20ghz, 2.19 GHz Ram: 1GB 32 Bit Operating …

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Hey everybody, I need a way to browse your computer's files from a program without the use of a separate dialog box (I'm running in fullscreen, you see). It should start from a specified default folder and list all folders (except hidden ones) and files of a specified format in a scroll box or something. The system I'm currently using is the OPENFILENAME class, which opens the classic "Open" dialog box for browsing. While what I'm wanting is the system like that implemented in most Strategy games like StarCraft and C&C Generals that is used to browse maps. Anybody got …

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If you've been thinking of ditching your old BlackBerry and getting a new Bold or Storm, but hate the idea of an upgrade or early termination fee, I have some great news for you. The best part of the new devices has been all its new browser has to offer. Now you can have the new browser on your current BlackBerry without the expense and hassle of getting a new phone. BlackBerry Device Software v4.5 is now [URL="http://na.blackberry.com/eng/services/devices//?CPID=NLC-BBCN-OLi708&cp=NLC-BBCN-OLi708"]available for download[/URL]. Research In Motion, creators of the ubiquitous smartphone, touts speed as the number one improvement, but there's plenty more to …

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In an effort to bring Firefox users closer together, Mozilla has released a conceptual design dubbed "Coop" that would give Firefox the ability to share "photos, news stories, links" with other users, reports [URL="http://www.computerworld.com"]Computerworld[/URL]. Mozilla of course, says that this is purely conceptual, and that this is as far as they are going to take the Coop project (for now). It would actually be a good idea, for a couple of reasons. Social networking is quite "the thing" now, especially considering the popularity of sites such as MySpace, and it's not too much of a stretch to say that many …

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