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The Links toolbar is designed to hold shortcuts to your most favorite favorites the Web sites you use every day. Windows initially populates it with links to various Microsoft sites, which perhaps you don t need. You can replace those. To remove an item from the Links toolbar, right-click it and choose Delete from the shortcut menu. The simplest way to add a shortcut to a favorite Web site is as follows:
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1 Display the Web site. 2 Drag the Internet Explorer icon at the left edge of the Address bar and drop it on the Links toolbar. 3 Right-click the new Links item, choose Rename from the shortcut menu, and then type a short name.
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The last step is optional, of course, but toolbar real estate is scarce, and you don t want to fill the space with a verbose shortcut name.
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Internet Explorer displays third-party toolbars incorrectly. Third-party toolbars are available from a number of search vendors (Google, for example), antivirus vendors, and other sources. Some users have reported that Internet Explorer occasionally gets its wires crossed about which toolbars to display showing, for example, the antivirus toolbar when the search toolbar is selected, or vice versa. If you experience this sort of problem, try choosing Tools, Internet Options; clicking the Advanced tab; and then clearing the Enable Third-Party Browser Extensions (Requires Restart) check box. After doing this, close all Internet Explorer windows, restart Internet Explorer, select the same check box, close again, and restart once more. That should unravel the mixup. You can use the same check box to get rid of all your third-party toolbars (that is, remove them from the View, Toolbars submenu) should you ever tire of them completely. To get rid of a specific third-party toolbar, see if an uninstall routine is provided in the Add Or Remove Programs section of Control Panel. Alternatively, you can disable specific third-party toolbars without removing them from your system using Internet Explorer s Tools, Manage Addons command. For information about Manage Add-ons, see Managing Browser Add-ons, page 305.
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Bury the Links folder or create a more useful links toolbar As constituted in a fresh installation of Internet Explorer, the Links toolbar probably serves its vendor s interests more than your own. Because it promotes particular Web sites that Microsoft (or another entity that has created a customized version of Internet Explorer for you) would like you to visit, some people find this toolbar downright annoying. You can suppress its display, of course, by deselecting the Links item on the View, Toolbars submenu. But the folder from which its contents are derived %UserProfile%\ Favorites\Links is unaffected by this action. Moreover, if you delete this folder from your hard disk and subsequently choose View, Toolbars, Links, Internet Explorer not only displays an empty Links toolbar, it also re-creates an empty Links folder to accommodate the empty toolbar. You can get rid of this hardy creature (the folder, not the menu command) permanently by running Registry Editor, navigating to HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Toolbar, double-clicking the LinksFolderName value, and deleting the text Links in the Edit String dialog box. After taking this step, if you erase the %UserProfile%\ Favorites\Links folder, Internet Explorer will not re-create it, even if you opt to redisplay the Links toolbar.
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What Internet Explorer will do if you redisplay the Links toolbar after making the registry edit just described is interesting and potentially useful: It will turn your entire Favorites folder into a toolbar, displaying as much of it as it can squeeze onto a single line (with whatever toolbars may be occupying that line). If you click the chevron at the right side of this customized Links toolbar, any favorites that don t fit on the toolbar become available via a dropdown menu. This form of favorites access can be particularly handy if you like to work in fullscreen mode and don t choose to display the menu bar. As the illustration below shows, you can get to a favorite site by navigating a cascading submenu, and the menu retires gracefully from the scene when you aren t using it.
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