This week I’ve worked with two clients who have had their Internet Explorer web browser hijacked. That means that a web page has been installed as their home page and they couldn’t get rid of it. It was very confusing and frustrating for them.
The solution is to download and use either Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome instead. If you are not good at downloading and installing updates, I suggest you use Chrome, because it will install the updates in the background and you won’t have to do anything. It also gives you convenient access to gmail, contacts, calendar and docs. (Did you know you can use Google Docs for free and you won’t need Microsoft Office Suite?)
If you have any questions or need help, just let me know.