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    IE 8 Favorites Menu

    Does anyone know of a utility which alows the favorites menu to be opened and reorganised wiht a Window Explorer type interface. The 'Organise favorites' menu is not realy too functional
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    Use Windows explorer; Navigate to your C:\Users profile area.
    The favorites folder is located in your user profile area.

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    The favorites folder is under Windows/Users/"User Name" (this is the name you supplied for yourself) You can open this folder as any other folder and organize to your hearts content.
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    Sorry Guys - I had a bad day. For some reason I did not look for the totally obvious. Must be too long looking for problems with Win
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    IF,you want to organize your favorites from A-Z?When you have IE open just go to your favorites menu click on it,then right click.Then highlight;Sort By Name then click on same.
    Last edited by chowur; 2011-03-14 at 16:27.
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