02-14-2010 05:04 PM
I was looking how lock my homepage in Internet explorer 8 , And after search I can find it a solution , and the solutions is to create a new key on the windows registry , after do this " create the new key " I decide to delete the key I was created , so my question is !
Do you think
My windows registry is damage after do this modifications " and new key " this all I do on the registry nothing else.
I hope you can help me, Another thing I make reset settings on my IE8 , I dont this can help to leave default settings on the registry at windows .
Thank you so much
02-14-2010 05:59 PM
This question would be better dealt with on Tech Outpost, as it is not Norton related. I will ask the Mods to move it. You will be able to follow a link.
02-14-2010 06:14 PM
If the only change you did is to make a new key and then delete the key, then No, your registry will not be damaged. If you want to have the home page locked in IE then several programs will help you with this (and monitor for any changes done by malware). SUPERAntiSpyware is a program that will lock the Home Page and check for any changes that malware tries to make to your browser. You can download the free version from here; the free version does not interfere with Norton's scanning engines.
02-15-2010 11:46 AM
And if something tries to change your Home Page, then an Alert is produced and shows you the details.