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When i click on a webpage it opens up in a minimum page and i have to click on the box in the top right hand corner to open it up in full screen.

Can anyone tell me how to get the webpage to open up in full page when i first open up the page.

What are the best software to clean up my hardrive i.e get rid of temp files, files let over after i have uninstalled the program.

How to speed my internet connection and my ram.

Are there any software that i can do maths with.

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by TheChas In reply to Full Webpage

3. System Suite from V-Com.com has tools that do a good job of cleaning your hard drive.

4. The best way to speed up a dial-up connection is to have good phone line between your house, the switch that serves your house, and your ISP.
The quality of the switch itself plays a role.

The so called speed-up software packages attempt to guess what page you are going to open next, and begin loading that page after the page you are on has completed loading.

There are utilities that check and adjust your DUN settings for optimum performance.
I found them to be of no use for my connection.
You can try a few out from the links at www.nonags.com

RAM, there is NO way to speed up your RAM.
There are software programs that can help you deal with memory leaks such as memturbo.

5. What type of math?
Spreadsheet software can be downloaded as part of Open Office at www.openoffice.org

Calculators can be found at a number of web sites.
Start with the ones listed at www.nonags.com

There are a lot of good math software links at
http://www.statistics.com

Chas

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by Ann777 In reply to Full Webpage

1) WinXP and IE 6.... View --> Full Screen... then exit with a File --> Close. Next time you open IE 6, it should default to Full Screen. People often use the upper right corner to "close" programs (some programs do not save window settings when closed in this manner).

The F11 (Full Screen mode) is a toggle.

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