restricted sites??

  Ikelos 12:59 02 Jan 2007

hi, just found a folder in the restricted sites , where there loads of sites address's, can they all be deleted in one go, tried the one at a time thing, but the bar has hardly moved down.. thanks

  recap 13:06 02 Jan 2007

Have you tried clicking in the folder window and holding down Ctrl+A to select them all then pressing Delete on your keyboard?

  Technotiger 13:09 02 Jan 2007

Hmmm, not sure about this, but can you not highlight more than one at a time by holding down Ctrl key and using mouse to highlight them?

Also I would advise you to set your Security level to 'High' for Restricted Sites.

  Ikelos 13:24 02 Jan 2007

thanks all, tried both methods you said,but no go, there seems to be hundreds and hundreds of them..

  Technotiger 13:28 02 Jan 2007

Is there any indication of Dates the folders appeared? If so, perhaps a System Restore to before they were there?

Anyway, still set your Sec Level to 'High' for Restricted sites.

  Technotiger 13:31 02 Jan 2007

Also I would advise you to run all your Anti-Everything programs, sounds like some kind of nastie at work!

  VoG II 13:47 02 Jan 2007

It is perfectly normal to have hundreds of restricted sites. Why do you want to remove them - they are there for a reason!

  Technotiger 14:08 02 Jan 2007

Hi Friend, still learning by reading Forum input .. I did not realise 'hundreds' was normal, simply because, I have none at all in my own Restricted Sites. My Security set to High.


  Technotiger 14:09 02 Jan 2007

ps - I should have put, after Forum input .. especially Yours.

  Ikelos 14:41 02 Jan 2007

oh, we live and learn,going by VOG's post they are there for a reason ,that, i never thought of. so no doubt those i have taken out will be back, so that is another morning gone

thanks all

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