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Unwanted Yahoo Welcome screen


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batpark

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I wonder if someone can show me how to stop this (attached) Yahoo Welcome screen from continually popping up. I have complained to Yahoo but Y says it can't find the trouble. (Why they don't have a "Do not show this screen again." button escapes me!) Thanks.
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I see no attachment.
Which Yahoo site is this "welcome" screen from?
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If you have http://www.yahoo.com set as your Home page, http://www.yahoo.com will pop up everytime you open your browser or click the Home button.

In IE (Internet Explorer) click "Tools" > "Internet Options ..." > "General" tab and change your Home page to anything you like.
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SpywareDr. and Neil Jones: Thanks for your help. Sorry I goofed in "sending" the attachment.

But all ended well. Yahoo came back with the solution after all. Somehow (?) I had the wrong address for Yahoo in my bookmarks. It got me to my Yahoo mail ok but only through that unwanted Welcome screen. Problem now fixed. .... batpark
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