Re: IE7 icon not available as a desktop icon?/Right click taskbar>toolbars>address

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Installation' started by Chad Harris, Dec 20, 2006.

  1. Chad Harris

    Chad Harris Guest

    There are a so many ways to browse and ***unless you want that "e" icon for
    some aesthetic fashion statement, I don't see why it's needed.

    My Favorite:

    ***1) Right click taskbar>toolbars>address and you have a combo IE address
    bar /runbox and it saves the time of loading the page even if it is in

    The Second Places:

    2) You could drag a little "e" from any web page and you have a built in IE
    browser window to browse from.
    3) Vista defaults an "e" with a nice ring around it on the quick start menu
    every build and you can just right click drag that off and copy. Or you
    can left click drag it and it copies.
    4) The Neowin listed app --I don't lol see what in the world for it was
    made since it's not needed in the least.
    5) You could make a new shortcut with the wiz and browse to iexplore.exe if
    you like things to take 3 times as long.
    6) You could type iexplore.exe in run box and drag that "e" onto desktop as
    well but that's slow.

    Chad Harris, Dec 20, 2006
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