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Posted on 1998-07-03
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How do you get rid of the Favorites Icon on the Start Menu?  I have loaded the Tweakui
for Win 98 and it did not help.

Roy Waller
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fshakir earned 50 total points
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You cannot.  It is basically part of Win98. Sorry
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Thanks for the reply and the quick response.

Roy Waller
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by:jmharr12
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that is not true! that is a big lie! you can too! on the beta or win98 cd, there is a newer verison of tweakui on the win98 cd. open tweak ui, under the ie4 tab is show favorites on start menu. uncheck it.
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by:rfwrfw
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I had already downloaded the tweakui 98  and tried to get rid of the Favorites Icon and it did not work, but after trying it some more, I got it to go away.  I am not sure just what I did because there are so many options to the tweak program.

Thanks for the information.

Roy Waller
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