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hi to all!

i have a problem here with my internet explorer, i cant open two window at the same time, like for example my first window is yahoo, then i need to open new window like msn if i open first is yahoo then msn, my internet explorer will just replace yahoo with msn, can someone help me with this. thanks a lot!
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Try this, in IE

TOOLS > INTERNET OPTIONS > ADVANCED

scroll down the list to REUSE WINDOWS FOR LAUNCHING SHORTCUTS and uncheck
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Another thing you can do is

<ctrl> N

It opens IE in a new window. Initially it will have same page as you were on, but you can browse to different page without affecting your initial intance.
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ei guys thanks, but i tried all your suggestions, just the same it didn't work. I used CTRL N to open a new IE still it just wiped out the other IE opened, i do also unchecked the "Reuse windows..." the return is still the same. now im using netscape. i just want to resolve this issue about my IE.
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