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IE 8 + Slimbrowser. 2 questions for you..........

I run XP Pro and I dont understand what it means in everyday language, when you go under 'Tools'/ Internet Options/Privacy tab and it says enable or uncheck 'InPrivate filtering'+ enable/disable toolbars and extensions when InPrivatefiltering starts........
- In untechnical language can somebody explain to me, what the 2 checkboxes are all about..........(InPrivateFiltering)
Thanks

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Have you tried the Help option?

Type in InPrivate filtering and voila!

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Reply to Coryphaeus..........

Type InPrivate Filtering into where,mate ? I've never encountered this proble before in my limited experience...........

Thanks

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At the top of the IE page . . .

Click the Help button, in the search type inprivate filtering

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Reply to Coryphaeus......

Right,mate; I have done and I've read what it says.........
- I THINK I undestand it, now........

Everytime you download and browse, before you start browsing you've got to go into 'Tools'/ Internet Options etc etc and adjust the 'settings' so that the browser is set-up to your specifications/security wishes etc etc etc......

Cheers

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