Internet explorer no longer has Frequent sites when right click on Taskbar Icon

Discussion in 'alt.windows7.general' started by DJT, Mar 3, 2011.

  1. DJT

    DJT Guest

    My wife has started complaining that all the recent sites do not
    appear when she right clicks the Task Bar IE Icon (IE9), Windows 7 64
    bit

    This appears to have happened since installation of SP1.

    She used to have Pinned, Frequent, Tasks on the menu.

    Now there is only Pinned and Tasks.

    We have not disabled them

    Anyone have any idea what could have happened to lose the option


    DJT
    DJT, Mar 3, 2011
    #1
  2. DJT

    Sir_George Guest

    DJT wrote:

    > My wife has started complaining that all the recent sites do not
    > appear when she right clicks the Task Bar IE Icon (IE9), Windows 7 64
    > bit
    >
    > This appears to have happened since installation of SP1.
    >
    > She used to have Pinned, Frequent, Tasks on the menu.
    >
    > Now there is only Pinned and Tasks.
    >
    > We have not disabled them
    >
    > Anyone have any idea what could have happened to lose the option
    >
    >
    > DJT


    Since IE9 is Beta, I doubt you will find a lot of support here due to
    the limited number of installs or users.

    --
    Sir_George
    Sir_George, Mar 3, 2011
    #2
  3. DJT

    VanguardLH Guest

    DJT wrote:

    > My wife has started complaining that all the recent sites do not
    > appear when she right clicks the Task Bar IE Icon (IE9), Windows 7 64
    > bit
    >
    > This appears to have happened since installation of SP1. She used to
    > have Pinned, Frequent, Tasks on the menu. Now there is only Pinned
    > and Tasks. We have not disabled them


    Beta versions of IE are (were) discussed in:

    microsoft.public.internetexplorer.beta

    Not much traffic there, however, after IE8 went from beta to released.
    Since Microsoft scrambled away from Usenet, looks like Microsoft's,
    ahem, "wonderful" solution for peer support is to use their malorganized
    feature-poor web-based Answers forum at:

    http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/ie/forum/ie9beta
    VanguardLH, Mar 3, 2011
    #3
  4. DJT

    DJT Guest

    On 3 Mar 2011 12:24:09 GMT, "Sir_George" <>
    wrote:

    >DJT wrote:
    >
    >> My wife has started complaining that all the recent sites do not
    >> appear when she right clicks the Task Bar IE Icon (IE9), Windows 7 64
    >> bit
    >>
    >> This appears to have happened since installation of SP1.
    >>
    >> She used to have Pinned, Frequent, Tasks on the menu.
    >>
    >> Now there is only Pinned and Tasks.
    >>
    >> We have not disabled them
    >>
    >> Anyone have any idea what could have happened to lose the option
    >>
    >>
    >> DJT

    >
    >Since IE9 is Beta, I doubt you will find a lot of support here due to
    >the limited number of installs or users.


    I don't know where I got IE9 from! Itis a bog standard IE8

    Thanks
    DJT
    DJT, Mar 3, 2011
    #4

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