[access-uk] Re: Internet Searching

  • From: Amro Bilal <info@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 16 Feb 2017 15:31:12 +0000

I have Google set to open results in a new tab when I click on them. This way I always have the results page available in the background should I need to return to it which is usually the case. This can be configured in Settings>Search settings>Where results open>Open each selected result in a new browser window.

Having said that, you should be able to use the backspace key to return to the previous page in Internet Explorer. No idea why it's not working in your case.

Sorry I couldn't answer your query directly.


On 16/02/2017 12:25 PM, roger south wrote:

I’m using MS Windows 7 Pro. On previous operating systems, I’m not sure about XP but on ones before that, if you did a Google search and the one you selected was not the one you needed you were able to hit the back button on Internet Explorer, and possibly other browsers as well, and return to the list of choices the search engine had found and then try another option. That seems not to be the case these days. I have to close IE then re-open it and type in the search parameter again. I’m used to doing this now but it seems laborious to me so am I missing something?
Many thanks Roger

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