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Hello and thank you for your time and help.
I have Netscape 6.1 When I click on the icon for Netscape 6 a box comes up and asks me where to save it. I recently had my tower worked on and it didn't do this before. Everytime I click on Netscape I have to just click the X on the box, because Netscape is saved in the C drive. I am not computer savy so I can't begin to figure out why this might be. I am some computer smart, but to dangerous for my own good! The box coming is only a nuisance, and if I have to deal with it forever, I will. I just wanted to see if something can be done to get rid of that extra step.
Thank you very much for you time.
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You could always switch to firefox i personally prefer it over netscape any day of the week.
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thank you for your reply, but your over my head. I don't even know what that is. I am not dumb, just not computer savy. If you recommend that would you be able to give me detailed instructions on how to install that?
Thank you for your reply. It is appreciated. I can tell you are way smart!!!!!
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