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Old 07-29-2010, 07:17 AM   #1
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I am using Windows Vista Home Basic on my laptop. I use Google or Yahoo for my search engines. Unfortunately, it appears that "Bing" pops up on a regular basis, and I find it intrusive.
Is there anyway I can permanently delete it off my computer?
I have used "Tools", and "Manage Search Providers", and included Google and Yahoo as my only search engines, with Google the default.
Even so "Bing" still pops up !!! I want to delete it completely so that it won't pop up anymore.
Any help, in plain no jargon language would be most helpful?
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What web browser do you use?
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Google and Yahoo are search engines. The web browser is the program that you use to view web pages. Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Opera, Safari, etc.
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Sorry, I meant to put Internet Explorer 8
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