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Windows 95/98 Tips & Tricks

Internet Explorer 5

I doubt that we are the first site with these, but thanks to Dean for sending them in to me. These two work with the Windows 95/98 version of IE5

  1. Open up Notepad
  2. Type: "<!-- introducing the Trident team -->" (without the quotes)
  3. Save the file as "test.htm" (yes, it must be saved as an HTM file)
  4. Open up "test.htm" in IE5
  5. That's IE5 Easter Egg Number 1

 

  1. Open up IE5
  2. From the menu, select Tools | Internet Options | General (tab) | Languages (button)
  3. Press "Add'
  4. Type: "ie-ee" (without the quotes) and click "OK"
  5. Move "User Defined [ie-ee]" to the TOP of the list
  6. Exit back to where you can browse in IE5 again
  7. Click on the Search icon (to pull up the side search menu)
  8. Laugh at the new options
  9. Select 'Previous Searches'
  10. That's IE5 Easter Egg Number 2


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