Yesterday I mentioned that we have some new (30) Windows help and how-to articles that have been developed specifically for Internet Explorer 8. However below is the full list to each article in case you needed them:
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A vexing browser tab issue that I've not seen explained anywhere: I set the home page to blank (because I don't want IE to hang on opening, trying to connect to a web page that is temporarily unavailable). Then, any time I attempt to open a new tab (not as a result of clicking a link, just opening a blank tab), IE delays and the tab indicates "Connecting". Connecting to about:blank is superfluous - it doesn't need to connect to anything. This behavior does not occur in Firefox - in that browser, a tab just opens right away upon user request. How can IE be tweaked to not attempt to "connect" to a blank page? It should just open the tab immediately. I cannot imagine why Microsoft has not fixed this yet.
Michael - to be honest i am not sure, I will see what i canfind out, although cannot promise anything
I know with IE9 it shows the very funky "your most popular sites"