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Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by cmed, Oct 3, 2003.

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    At one time I had a web site that allowed me to surf from one site to a new site by just clicking on an icon or something. It allowed me to view different sites and choose the ones I wanted to keep and bookmark to view in the future. I hope that I have made this clear as to what I want. Can someone out there in puter land direct me to a site that does that or some method that will provide that information. Thanks for any suggestions you can make.
     
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    Which browser are you using? Internet Explorer 6.0 SP1 allows you to save all the websites you want in the "Favorites" list so you can revisit them anytime you want without retyping the website address(URL).

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    My browser is netscape 7.1 and it has bookmarks that do the same as
    favorites in IE. I also have IE and Netscape 4.79.
    The web site that I had at one time offered different sites to you by just a click of the mouse. You could save to favorites or bookmarks or delete as you wanted. Many different sites were offered with just a click of the mouse.
    Don't confuse this with typing in a URL. It seems the site was etour or prolaunch . It's been sometime so have forgotten. I just thought someone might recall or have this site in their puter. Thanks again for any suggestions.
     
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