How can I save my links/favorites?


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Navyguy

I have a Dell Dimension 8200 with XP, SP3 running Windows Firewall,
Avira antivirus,
Spwareblaster, Spybot(for updates only), ATF and Hive Cleanup and all
the programs work well together and are up to date. (Although, in
passing, Avira still hasn't resolved its issue with Spywareblaster and
am still using the work around). I use Nero for burning CD-R's and DVD-
R.

I would like to know, if it's possible, how can I save my links into
folders so that I can back them up in case my computer develops a
serious issue or I upgrade to a new computer? Also, should I use CD-
RW's instead of CD-R's?

Thanks,
Robert
 
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Bruce Hagen

Navyguy said:
I have a Dell Dimension 8200 with XP, SP3 running Windows Firewall,
Avira antivirus,
Spwareblaster, Spybot(for updates only), ATF and Hive Cleanup and all
the programs work well together and are up to date. (Although, in
passing, Avira still hasn't resolved its issue with Spywareblaster and
am still using the work around). I use Nero for burning CD-R's and DVD-
R.

I would like to know, if it's possible, how can I save my links into
folders so that I can back them up in case my computer develops a
serious issue or I upgrade to a new computer? Also, should I use CD-
RW's instead of CD-R's?

Thanks,
Robert


Export the Favorites to any location on your machine that's convenient for
you and then copy to CD. It doesn't matter R or RW, unless you erase it by
mistake.

Import Or Export Favorites In Internet Explorer
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Import-or-export-favorites-in-Internet-Explorer
 
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D

dadiOH

Navyguy said:
I would like to know, if it's possible, how can I save my links into
folders so that I can back them up in case my computer develops a
serious issue or I upgrade to a new computer? Also, should I use CD-
RW's instead of CD-R's?

1. Put a blank CD in drive. No reason to use CD-RW.

2. Start your burning program

3. Browse to the Favorites folder

4. Drag to burning program compilation window

5. Burn (data CD)



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