It’s true, internet explorer keeps pinning to taskbar whenever I open a new tab or browser window. I’ve been using that app for about a year now and it’s only gotten worse. I’m not entirely sure what’s causing this except that my pc has been running slow lately.
I am finding that I keep pinning to taskbar so frequently that it’s making me pretty much useless to the rest of the world. I can’t remember what I was doing this morning and I can’t remember what I was trying to do a few minutes ago. It’s not like I’m just getting mad at myself for my ineptness.
One of the best ways to ensure that you’re not a slave to your computer is to give it a good once-over. Use your computer’s power to its maximum, and make sure that you’re never staring at it all the time.
I have long had a problem with internet explorer sometimes pinning to taskbar. I would have to look at the taskbar every time I opened IE and would have to remember to click on the taskbar icon to bring it back up.
For those who like to start and continue their work at the same time, Internet Explorer keeps the process of doing that work on the taskbar. It doesn’t have to be like that—there are plenty of other web browsers out there that don’t have that option. To save a few precious seconds, you could probably switch to Firefox.
I have been using internet explorer on my PC to access the internet for years and it has been extremely annoying. It has become habit that doesn’t seem to go away. For me this is a problem and I am glad to have a solution to it.
It’s a known fact that IE needs a new taskbar. With that in mind, I decided to try an experiment. I’ve been using Chrome full time, but I noticed that IE keeps pinning to the taskbar. I was curious if this is true or if it’s just my browser preferences.
It’s weird how much the internet has changed since I started using it. Today, the internet is way more accessible than it has ever been. I’ve got a lot of family and friends who don’t even have internet at home anymore. This is one of the downsides of getting older, and I’m not sure I would trade it for a world where everyone had access to the internet every time they opened their laptop.
We’ve all seen the weird window pop-up when you click a link in an email or a web page so you know it’s probably a link to an external site. If it’s not, you’re probably looking at the link.
The internet explorer web browser has taken over and is now the de facto standard for all web browsers. It is also one of the web’s most visited sites and is the first web browser you open.