software for changing the default browser

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  1. cet

    cet Registered Member

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    I am using 3 different browsers, like most of you.Mostly I use Opera.Some time ago I remember I saw a small program which was designed to change the default browser with only one click.Unfortunately I can not remember its name.Anyone who knows ito_O
    In thunderbird is there a way to add a context menu(open with opera) to the links.
    I know how to set the default browser.Only looking for a simple solution.
     
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    Well you can open Add/Remove Programs, go to Set Program Access and Computer Defaults, and under Custom select the browser you want as default.
     
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    Doesn't your comp ask if you want to make a browser default each time you open a different browser?? It is done with one click. I also have three browsers and it will ask everytime I open a different one.
     
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    Sorry I had disabled them.But now I found an add on for thunderbird.Just installing it. ThunderBrowse 3.2.0.7
    by GS! Networks
     
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    Thank you very much.The second one is what I was looking for.I knew I had seen it somewhere.:D
     
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