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PseudoKiller

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I got this the following tweak from MS themselves in their Windows Platform News - 2003, Issue 42 :D

Always remember to backup your registry before attempting any modifications to it. Or if you dont feel comfortable editing your registry then DONT DO IT.

Q: How can I stop Internet page links from opening in my Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE) session?

A. If IE is open on your system and you click a hyperlink to a Web page from another application in Windows (for example, from an e-mail message, from the Run command), Windows will attempt to open the Web page in your existing IE session. To prevent this behavior and force Windows to open a new IE session, perform the following steps:

Start a registry editor (for example, regedit.exe).
Navigate to the HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main registry subkey.
Double-click the AllowWindowReuse value or create this value (of type REG_DWORD) if it doesn't already exist.
Set the value data to 0 to force Windows to open a new IE session, and then click OK (setting the value to 1 will let Windows use an existing IE session).
Close the registry editor.
Log off and log on for the change to take effect.
 

napalmnthemorning

OSNN Senior Addict
#3
I'm not quite following. This would stop page links from opening up. I'm using FastBrowser about 90% of the time because it opens up seperate links and keeps them open so I can switch back and forth between sites without having to re-open a new page each time. Is this what you mean.. "Sorry I'm brain dead right now--long week"!)
 
#4
if your surfing the net, and you have a program open, and maybe click on the program to open up the software developers website, it will open a new window, instead of taking over any window you already have open.
 

yoyo

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#5
Does the author of this article mention why he recommends to use regedit to make this change?

Ticking or unticking "Reuse windows for launching shortcuts" in Internet Options > Advanced changes this registry value as well.
 
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Jason Roberts

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#7
I use Avant Browser which is very good. I've set it to load a new page every time I click a link with the scroll wheel of my mouse.
 
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ZeeTX

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#10
Well there's another way - No need of any registry hacks..:D

Open up IE Properties:

- Go to the Advanced Tab.
- Under browsing category/section - "Uncheck" - Reuse Windows for lauching shortcuts.
- Then just Click Apply & OK.

That's it you are done...:cool: .
Now whenever you click any hyperlink in a webpage it automatically relaunches in a seperate IE window....:)

ZeeTX
 

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