IE Browser Assistant is not clear if it means IE or browser
This is where I was directed when I wanted to ask for help. I wanted help on IE BHO settings, but sure enough, help drops the word IE and uses "your browser" so I have no idea if I would be removing Java from IE, which I do not use, or my browser.
FYI, I have been completely uninstalling IE since Windows 7 and it helps a lot.
No email because it does not state if email etc. is displayed.
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Ralph Cooper commented
I just need to reinstall these History programs in Browser Assistant in IE??
They have the tab named "Browser Assistant" (rather than say making it look as though it was just for IE) and supports IE & Firefox browsers. When you run it the default seems to always be IE shown first, but if running Firefox you can click on its icon in the lower left corner. You'd be doing yourself a favor, if you made the switch to Firefox, a free, openSource browser that easy to use and provides better security and features.
I don't know if it's because your running an old version, but the latest Glary Utilities Browser Assistant doesn't have any of the tabs taking you to IE if in Firefox, or vice versa. In the Firefox window of BH, there are 6 tabs named: 1. FF Plugins, 2. FF Extensions, 3. FF Search Engines, 4. FF Histories, 5. FF cookies and 6. FF Main Pages. These tabs just let you get to some different options.
Worse now... I went to FireFox, went to change a setting, and it referred to it as changing an IE setting. I think they need to go over this feature and be very clear if settings are IE, another browser or affect all browswers.