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Yahoo Home Page Notice

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I am running Yahoo Mail on my Windows 7 computer.  All of a sudden I get a message from Yahoo every time I open the program that asks me if I want to set Yahoo as my home page in Internet Explorer.  I tried saying yes and setting it as my home page, but I still get the notice every time the program opens.  Do you know how to get this notice to stop?

Thanks,

Phil
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by:Dave Baldwin
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Are you using 'Inprivate Browsing'?  If you are, all cookies that are set while you are browsing are deleted when you exit.
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I don't know what "Inprivate Browsing" is.  Can you tell me where to find the setting for that?

Thanks,

Phil
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In IE8, it is on the tools menu or Ctl+Shift+P.
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Thank you!
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by:Dave Baldwin
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You're welcome.
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