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# 82242 26-Apr-2011 02:30
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Hi there. I have just installed IE9 (Internet Explorer 9) and so far so good. However one thing that I am missing (Stay with me here, im not sure on what its called) is the ability to great tabs for websites that I frequently visit. In IE8 I had about 6 tab type things that when I launched Internet explorer they would automatically be there and I used that for quick access to the websites I visit most.


Anyway has that ability has gone in IE9? Or have I just not enabled it somewhere? I dont remember enabling it in IE8.

I hope im clear, ive tried to search google for it but I cant remember the name (If it even had one). Hopefully somebody will know what im talking about.

Cheers

Edit: Ah never mind I have answered my own question, it was the favourites Bar.  If anybody else has had the same problem as me click the favourites button (Star) and on the drop down list select favourites bar. 

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  # 462513 26-Apr-2011 15:17
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thats just buttons to click for each site. if you browse to six sites, each in a different tab, and then go settings/internet options/ you can click the "use current" button under home page section and all six sites will automatically be opened in the browser each time you launch




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