Re: Turning of prompt to download Windows search
Returned to IE 7. Windows search is good for a computer having more than 1 GB
RAM, but a disaster for mine with 512 MB and Windows XP. Everything almost
freezes. Search results for Outlook Express are very poor.
Will wait for a some time - maybe MS will give an opportunity to turn off
this function. If not, will be forced to choose Firefox until buying new PC.
Overall, IE8 looks good except two things - this thrusted Windows search and
pale characters in the address bar.
> Laimonas wrote:
> > "Robert Aldwinckle" wrote:
> >> Laimonas wrote ...
> >>> is there any way to turn of proposal to download Windows search
> >>> when entering www address?
> >> Uncheck in AutoComplete for Address bar:
> > If unchecking, browsing history disappears
> True. You either get AutoComplete (with the nag to download their file
> indexing software if you don't already have it) or you disable the
> AutoComplete feature (to get rid of the nag). Microsoft wants to
> promote their search tool through their web browser. For me, I disable
> AutoComplete. If I need to see my history, I click on the Favorites
> toolbar button and look under the History tab.