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Fast Url Opener - Help - Table of Contents - Using Browser menu - Part II
 
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Below is how to use the browser commands to set (change) the default browser and how to remove a browser command from the Browser menu. Once removed from the Browser menu, the same command will be removed from the context menu in the Main window.

To use browser commands to set (change) default browser

1. To to set (change) the default browser to Firefox: On menu click Browser, point to, and then click Firefox.
• Alternatively, you can set (change) the default browser to Firefox using the context menu.
• Now, you will see the Firefox icon as an icon of your current default browser.
• From now, Fast Url Opener must start opening your websites in Firefox.
2. To to set (change) the default browser to Internet Explorer: On menu click Browser, point to, and then click Internet Explorer.
• Alternatively, you can set (change) the default browser to Internet Explorer using the context menu.
• Now, you will see the Internet Explorer icon as an icon of your current default browser.
• From now, Fast Url Opener must start opening your websites in Internet Explorer.
- If the default browser was not set, try to set it manually using the browser native tools.

To remove browser command from Browser menu

1. On menu click Browser, point to, and then click Set Data.
• Clicking Set Data will open the Set Data window (in our example, Firefox and Internet Explorer are marked with the red OK labels).
2. To remove the Internet Explorer command: Uncheck the checkbox next to Internet Explorer. Once unchecked, the message "Do you want to remove Internet Explorer?" will be displayed. Click Yes and then click Close.
• The Internet Explorer command will be removed from the Browser menu.
• The Internet Explorer command will be also removed from the context menu in the Main window.
• Remove a browser command if the corresponding browser was removed from your computer.
• Remove a browser command and add it again if the corresponding browser was removed from your computer, then reinstalled, and the full path to the browser exe file was changed.


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