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I tried to add MetaCrawler to my list of browsers. I was told to paste information into my HTML. I don't know what that means or how to do it. Please help me. Thanks a trillion!

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Why not go to "MetaCrawler.com", create a shortcut to your desktop, then move it to your taskbar. I have the following browsers/search engines on my Task bar to the right of 'Start': ATT, Bing, Google, MSN(Default) and other shortcuts that I visit frequently, such as, Email, Kims Club, NOAA(Weather), current game that I am playing, etc. Note: I have a clean Desktop, that is , I have all my shortcuts hidden,(Xhi showed me how to do that, which I am most greatful), that's the reason I keep my frequently visited sites in the Taskbar.When I want to visit less visited sites all I need to do is click on the ">>Desktop" to the left of the clock. I still use Windows XP,SP3. If it was good enough for Noah, It's good enough for me [:D] Seadog

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