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I don't know if this can be done or not, but is there a way to remove the Favorites menu when I click
on the Start button in Win 98?
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Trying using Tweakui to hide the Favorites Menu under the IE4 TAB.

TweakUI is a great little utility that will let you easily customize the parts of Windows 95/98 that you might not be able to change otherwise. Here's the way to add TweakUI to your Control Panel. It will be located on the 98 CD. Right-click on tweakui.inf and choose “Install” from the pop-up menu.
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Tweak UI can let you put document names on your start menu.  It also lets you remove annoying icons on the desktop that a simple "delete" command doesn't remove.
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