Why is it when close the firefox window and then go back to HOTUKDEALS it doesnt load up NEW it always loads up HOT? Can I change this - HotUKDeals
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Are you typing hotukdeals.com into the browser address bar on each visit or clicking a stored Favo[u]rite?

If so, check the stored link points to:




[EDIT]: You can also influence the starting view by visiting:
[ http://www.hotukdeals.com/custom-settings ]

...and set one of the following options:

Set your viewing preferences:

Simple View
or Detailed View

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What if you use the use the Customise Deals & Alerts to sort by New, will that work?
god so simple, yet effective Rep Added:thumbsup:

There was no need to, but thanks all the same.

I'm using MS-IE 7 at present, but when I return home this evening I will be back at a Firefox browser so I'll see if Windows Vista handles the address any differently.

If I find anything notable I'll comment again.


think there has maybe been some problems with firefox today mines wouldn't load earlier but is working better now
think there has maybe been some problems with firefox today mines wouldn't load earlier but is working better now

Unless you & garbage456 are using the same computer I don't think the two issues are linked.

Firefox is notorious for not closing properly or using up a large proportion of your computer's resources (memory) if you have many open windows or have left it running without restarting for a few hours.

Always a good idea to closedown & restart the browser when you have the opportunity to do so.

If you find it will not close, or will not start, it could be because a previous session failed to close completely & is still running.

If you are confident with killing windows/applications with your Windows Task Manager then kill the "firefox.exe" program, otherwise just log-off & back on again.

Reboot your Windows-based machine if all else fails.

[EDIT]: Leaving windows open in Firefox & requesting that they are re-opened when the browser runs may also result in a lag during startup especially if some of the sites contain embedded videos.



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