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geekguy5

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Hello everyone,

I've got a small little problem. The thing is, my brother likes to use Mozilla FireFox and OUtlook, I like to use Internet Explorer and Outlook Express.

We both have seperate user accounts, computer administrator. Is there some kind of way that I can set IE as my default program, and FireFox as his default program?

Thanks in advance.
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SRX660

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Be in the account you want to set the default browser in.

In firefox it's under tools/options/ general tab. Put a checkmark in default browser.

In Internet Explorer, it's in Tools/Internet Options/Programs tab. Put a checkmark in the box at the bottom of the window. Be sure you are in the user that you want IE to be default.

I don't think you will have to set one of the users as a limited account. If it is necessary go into control panel/ user accounts and click change user account to change to a limited account.

I installed firefox on a customer computer and they called me back the next day saying only one of the accounts could use firefox. I had to set every account to use firefox as default.

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