Posts Tagged ‘internet browser’

how do i get my internet browsers back forward and stop featues back , i accidentally pressed something.?

April 18th, 2013 1 comment

I accidentally pressed something and now my internet browser tool bar is missing the stop back and forward features.

Right click anywhere on the top of your browser.. right over your Address Bar.

There should be an option entitled "Customize" or something similar. In there you will find the buttons. Just drag and drop them where you want them.

How do you put the latest flash player on a psp version 4.05?

April 10th, 2013 3 comments

I have a psp slim so i can`t go to settings-enable flash player and getting it by the internet browser (tools-settings-view settings-flash&javascript on) only gets me flash player 6.If you can`t help me with this, then please tell me how to get PSPtube on my psp version 4.05.

1. You can not use the PSP browser or the PSP Flash Player to watch youtube videos online.

2. If you want to get into homebrew/CFW you can try PSPTube.

3. You can convert Youtube Videos to MP4s using sites like with your PSP or PC. Or you can get PC software converters.

4. The Flash Player for the PSP is fairly limited. If you want some Flash games try

5. For direct video downloads to your PSP check out

How do i uninstall the east language pack on the control panel?

March 29th, 2013 1 comment

I can’t uncheck the "Install files from East languages" and i am stuck. I tried looking in the Add/remove files and it is not there.
I looked in the internet browser( tools, internet options, language) and it is not there. Any solutions??

My only problem with the language pack is that it changed some of the words (during a test) into chinese. (also my name on a game)
I AM the admin of the computer, it is a home computer.

may be you are not an administrator user. try login with an administrator user name.

How to Safeguard Against Internet Explorer Vulnerability – December 2008

February 21st, 2013 No comments

A big story in most media at present confrims that Microsoft is desparately seeking a solution to a new problem in all versions Internet Explorer. This ‘vulnerability’ could allow hackers to do various nasty things such as log for passwords, install programs without your knowledge etc. It is said that only about 0.2% of computers are affected at present but if you would like to take precautions, read on:

1.  Make sure your Internet Explorer Security Settings are High

(a) Click on Tools, then from the menu that appears click on Internet Options and then click the Security tab

(b) Now and set Internet security to ‘High’ by sliding the button on the security slider

2.  Restricted User Accounts on your computer

Your PC can be set to run at different levels of security, changing what the computer allows you to do. Many computers have been set up with an ‘Administrator’ account for installing new programs, making system changes etc. and ‘User’ accounts for day to day use. If you have only one account and you don’t have to choose a username when you start using your computer you probably have an ‘Adminstrator’ account. This is very convenient but more prone to hacker activity.

If you are using Vista you will have noticed that some important actions such as installing or running new programs require a prompt from you. This is a safety precaution which is applied even if you are running an administrator account. This precaution does not happen in XP.

If you only have an administrator account, it is recommend that you set up a separate user account with restricted rights for every day use. If you would like to take this precaution and are not familiar with setting up user accounts, you will need to take advice from your computer support technician.

3.  Change your Internet Browser

Internet Explorer is not the only web browser, there are alternatives. Installing and running a new web browser is very straight forward.

John Studd

Information Regarding Browser Tools Browser Add Ons Downloads

November 11th, 2011 No comments

Mozilla Firefox is a great internet browser that works like Microsoft Internet Explorer. Unlike Microsoft Internet Explorer, Firefox is an open source program. This means that Firefox is much more customizable. There are many add-ons made just to work with Firefox. To find downloads for Firefox, go to the Firefox web page and go to the downloads section. I am going to tell you about a couple I have found quite useful.

1. Browse Faster – Add-on

For more information on browser tools browser add ons downloads click here