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JhansiRani

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Is there anyway to change the default home page (www.msn.com) by editing the registry?
Where is this file stored?
thanks
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screwy_looie

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i think u can change the home page via

tools>internet options

then just type in wot u want as your new homepage
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some web pages like google ask u if u want to change your webpage to that web page
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Actually I know how to do it throught Tools. The problem is students are logging in their names, and every time the homepage goes back to msn.com which is the windows default homepage. If I change it to our homepage file, then it will become the windows default page no matter who logs in.
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sorry cant help ya
thats all i know
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domain or workgroup
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