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Old January 27th 07, 09:19 AM posted to microsoft.public.windows.inetexplorer.ie6_outlookexpress
Totally Frustrated 7
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Default Windows Explorer 7: Lost game files & fighting to open files & bro

Since downloading Windows Explorer 7, I've lost games that were on my
computer before, so what's up with that & can I get them back?

All programs (even personal files) seem to "stick" & I have to constantly
fight to open them or to even get Windows Explorer to open my home Web Page.
Does anyone else have this problem? Does anyone else have either problem?

If so, I'd appreciate any knowledge out there as I know my computer pretty
well & it totally wiped out 1 game file for sure & I'm tired of fighting with
Explorer 7 to open files or even use it to get online!

This 7 seems to have total control over my computer!! Is Explorer 6 better
or worse?

So I've posted 3 questions in all... Can anyone in cyberspace answer them or
give me your opinion?




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Old January 27th 07, 02:01 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.inetexplorer.ie6_outlookexpress
Steve Cochran
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Default Windows Explorer 7: Lost game files & fighting to open files & bro

I would suggest you post in a newsgroup that has something to do with
Internet Explorer. This one is for Outlook Express.

Also, you might try being somewhat specific in your questions as well as
accurate in your descriptions. For instance, no one can help you with
Windows Explorer 7, since it does not exist.

steve

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Since downloading Windows Explorer 7, I've lost games that were on my
computer before, so what's up with that & can I get them back?

All programs (even personal files) seem to "stick" & I have to constantly
fight to open them or to even get Windows Explorer to open my home Web
Page.
Does anyone else have this problem? Does anyone else have either problem?

If so, I'd appreciate any knowledge out there as I know my computer pretty
well & it totally wiped out 1 game file for sure & I'm tired of fighting
with
Explorer 7 to open files or even use it to get online!

This 7 seems to have total control over my computer!! Is Explorer 6 better
or worse?

So I've posted 3 questions in all... Can anyone in cyberspace answer them
or
give me your opinion?





 




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