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ilovecorvettes

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I run Windows XP Service Pack II (2), my computer is an Intel Processor and I have IE and Netscape 7.2 loaded. Is there a way I can open a web page and command it to refresh itself everytime it is updated? It is a page with listings and I want it to refresh everytime a new post comes on without doing it manually.

If this is the most stupid question, I am sorry, I can use software, but I am an IT dummy.

Thank you!


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Would this help

Refresher lets you automatically refresh Web pages at custom intervals. Useful for updating sports results (BBC), Web mail (i.e. hotmail) or on-line auctions. You can also use a dual & tabbed browser mode where you can refresh, navigate & view two different websites simultaneously. You can also program Refresher to remind you or shut down the computer at a specific time. Refresher also incorporates a complete help reference for troubleshooting. Version 1.2 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.

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Heck yes! You are fantastic! Thank you Keith!
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