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Accessing ""

I Cannot access WIN 10 automatically sends me to my MSN email (which is a yahoo address ) when I try. I need to bring up to access a email I have there.
I have enabled "delete Browsing History' but that didn't work.

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Clarification Request
Did you try this with other browsers?

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We can use other browsers so there's another way.

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accessing .different browsers

In reply to: Did you try this with other browsers?

I have used WIN 10 EDGE and IE -11. and get the same results.
I really don't want to install Firefox or Chrome.
I did not have this problem with Vista, WIN 7 or WIN 7 Pro.
Only after I installed WIN 10 and opened a new MSN account.
I opened my old MSN account in Nov 2014
Also I never tic save this for anything.
I use CCleaner after every use of the PCV and even
the MSN Disk Cleaner

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Then back to Microsoft?

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As you can't test alternatives it's hard to say it's the browser, OS or other.

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