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    When you install Internet Explorer for Windows 95, it is not automatically configured as the default browser. When you run Internet Explorer after installing it, the following message may be displayed: Internet Explorer is not currently your default...
    This article describes how to restore the default Internet Explorer desktop wallpaper.
    Describes how to import and export the Windows Internet Explorer Favorites folder from a 16-bit version of Microsoft Windows to a 32-bit version of Microsoft Windows.
    Discusses a problem where a pop-up window closes unexpectedly during a download in Internet Explorer 6. This problem occurs after you install Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2 or you install Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1.
    This article provides general information about how to register the default Web browser and then how to start the default Web browser with the application programming interface (API). It also provides details on how causes Microsoft Internet Explorer...
    You can use the Windows API to start the default Internet browser on your system. To do so, you must first determine what Internet browser is registered as the default on your system, and then start that application. The following Visual Basic...
    Because of a change in the way Firefox 3 sets itself as the default browser from within the browser and in the Set Program Access and Defaults (SPAD) feature, Safari 3.2 and Opera 9.6 browsers may be unable to take back all file or other associations if...
    Describes how to start the default Internet browser programmatically by using Visual C#. Also provides a code example to illustrate how to perform this task.
    Describes how to start the default Internet browser by using managed extensions for Visual C++. This article also provides a code sample to show how to perform this task.
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