Re: New member question concerning internet
Try Paragraphs. People don't generally read walls of text.
First thing I would recommend is to turn off Norton's. Download and install Microsoft Security Essentials, and run a full scan of your machine.
If MSE runs and finds no problems, then you likely don't have a malware issue.
You don't say what your regular home page was nor what it has been changed to. That might have given me a better understanding of what your issue is.
You can normally change your home page (the page your browser starts up with) by going into Internet Properties and selecting the URL address of the page you want to see as home.
You might want to look into an Introduction to Computers course in your area, too.
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