Monday, September 19, 2011

When a Web Browser Sets Itself As Default When You Don't Want It Too

Sometimes we want a new web browser to view the web as a emergency browser or a second or third choice
to surf the net, but what if it takes over control of your default Browser Internet Explorer? well then you will have problems updating windows.

Microsoft Windows can only update its system files using Internet Explorer,so if the windows update link is clicked under your start panel or under the control panel,and another web browser comes up here is what to do to fix it.

The first thing to try if you have windows xp  is, left click start button then click on set program access and defaults,if this don't do the trick to bring back your trusty Internet Explorer as the default,or if you have a different version of windows, try opening your Internet Explorer then when it comes up it will ask if you want
it to be the default application then click yes and it will set it back for you. To see my video on this Subject
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