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Can I personalize favorite websites for each email account?

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alan226
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Can I personalize favorite websites for each email account?

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My family has 3 different verizon.net email accounts. When we sign on, is there any way to personalize the page so it shows only that persons favoriye webites? Currently whether using Chrome or I.E., all of the saved favorite websites are lumped togeher. Under our old AOL account, when someone logged on, the favorites window showed only that persons saved websites.

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#1 What OS and Version are you using?

 

For example Windows XP Home SP3.

 

#2 If you know you are using Windows but you don't know which version..

 

a) Go to Start -> Run.

 

b) Type in winver and press enter.

 

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alan226
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Win XP, service pack 3

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#1 Since you are on Windows XP, you make sure each user has his/her own profile.

 

Points you to the info at

 

http://help.expedient.com/general/winxp_profiles.shtml

 

#2 Then you may also want to make sure that your account is the admin account, and their account is a limited account.

 

So you only you can install software and they can't, for example.

 

Points you to

 

a) http://www.microsoft.com/resources/documentation/windows/xp/all/proddocs/en-us/ua_c_account_types.ms...

 

b) http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,1838566,00.asp

 

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Work around for programs that require admin power(s)

 

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;307091

 

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