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    maximus decimus Array
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    Why Windows XP not support two Yahoo IDs?

    why windows xp not support two yahoo id at one time?



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    Re: Why Windows XP not support two Yahoo IDs?

    Actually it is not due to windows XP, This is due to your browser setting.
    And you can remove this setting from your browser.
    You can also do one thing, Install more than one browser then you can
    more more than one account in each.

    Your operating system does not do anything for it and you can make
    change by going in Option in any browser.

    For getting full steps please mention the browser you are using.
    All the best

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    Re: Why Windows XP not support two Yahoo IDs?

    that problem is not with windows xp.
    you can use only one id form an application or browser at a time,you cannot use two id's at a time from same application or browser or messenger.

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    Re: Why Windows XP not support two Yahoo IDs?

    Not Window Xp even every operating system doesn't support two Email IDs at a same time at one Explorer,
    if you want to open 2 id at a same time open it in different explorer like one in googlechrome and other in Window Explorer.
    Thanks to query.

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    Re: Why Windows XP not support two Yahoo IDs?

    Friend, you can access one ID from one Browser. But if you are using Google Chrome as a browser I have a solution for you.

    Press Ctrl+Shift+N and a new Window opens called "[FONT=Segoe UI, Tahoma, sans-serif]Incognito Window".

    and it does not store any browsed History.You can open another Yahoo here with another ID. But it works only for Google Chrome.
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    Re: Why Windows XP not support two Yahoo IDs?

    Hello Sher. Your saved usernames and passwords are considered "forms". Make sure you delete the forms as well.

    Also, there should be a setting that speaks directly to the usernames and passwords that are saved. In Google Chrome, there is a section in the settings for this, so it is assumed that Firefox and Internet Explorer have these options as well. Here you can change the setting to remember passwords or to not remember them. In Internet Explorer, after clearing the username and password memory files, when entering your username and password, a dialog box should appear asking if you want your information saved, in which your decision can then be made to preference. In Firefox, after clearing the username and password memory, entering such information should result in a similar action, except in an information bar at the top.

    Hope this helps, have a great day!

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    Re: Why Windows XP not support two Yahoo IDs?

    @maximus
    Windows XP Or any other operating system has no role to play in the switching or using of two IDs at the same time in a single browser.
    If you wish to work with two IDs you need to open each of them in two seperate browsers.
    Even social sites permit two ID but you cannot in a single browser one at the time.
    I would recommend you to use Google Chrome which doesn't save any browser history and help you open two IDs at a time.
    I hope this provides you sufficient information.

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    Re: Why Windows XP not support two Yahoo IDs?

    Dear,

    It's not a fault of Windows XP. It's your browser settings which make all this happen. You change such settings from your browser.

    Moreover, you can also install two browsers to support the running of two IDs simutaneously.

    GOOD LUCK.

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    Re: Why Windows XP not support two Yahoo IDs?

    Quote Originally Posted by maximus decimus View Post
    why windows xp not support two yahoo id at one time?
    HELLO DEAR,

    The problem you are facing i mean you are not able to open multiple yahoo account at same time in your window dear this thing does not happen due to your window this procedure is same in all operating system or you can say all windows dear this is due to your browser dear your browser does not support to open multiple account at same time.Dear to open multiple accounts you have to install a new browser and then you can use two different ID's from two different browsers with out any problem.

    THANKS,
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    Re: Why Windows XP not support two Yahoo IDs?

    Dear Friend ...

    Using Yahoo Two id's Is possible when we using two browser simultaneously.

    It's was not possible when we access the two id's From single browser.

    why we are not accessing the two id's From Single browser.Main Cause is.,

    - Any e-mail provider designs like this way that is user information is stored on cookies.

    - cookies are stored in browser dependent.

    - Once login with on yahoo ID then it create and store a cookie in local system with an particular Name.

    - If login with another Id . It's need to create same named cookie it is not availble.

    - Before login an Id Once check Browser already it has cookie or not.


    So The main reason behind this situation is security


    So Don't think like using two id in same browser.

    but you can use it When install another Browser
    we have Several Browser are Available in Internet or market

    I recommend try Download and install these Browser. You will get much security.

    1. google chrome
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    2. Mozilla Firefox
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    3.NetScape Navigator
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    4. Opera Browser
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    5. Safari browser Released by Apple
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    Thanks ......

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    Re: Why Windows XP not support two Yahoo IDs?

    Dear friend.....the information you want is as follow.Windows XP Or any other operating system has no role to play in the switching or using of two IDs at the same time in a single browser.If you wish to work with two IDs you need to open each of them in two seperate browsers.Even social sites permit two ID but you cannot in a single browser one at the time.hope this will help youthank you for asking us

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    Re: Why Windows XP not support two Yahoo IDs?

    Dear friend,
    Actually doesn't support any operating systems two yahoo passwords so it is not a windows xp operating system problem it is a browser problem we can't use two ID's at a time on single web browsers like yahoo web browsers or messanger applications...

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    Re: Why Windows XP not support two Yahoo IDs?

    hello friend

    follow this steps and find your solution...................

    1.you have try open two id's at a one time with one application which is not possible.

    2.this not windows xp's problem.

    3.if you want to open two id's

    4.friest you open other browser

    5.and open your second yahoo id.

    6.it will open successfully.

    i hope my information is usefull for you................

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    Re: Why Windows XP not support two Yahoo IDs?

    Your current stored user names and passwords are viewed "varieties ".Be sure to eliminate this varieties seeing that well.

    Also, there should be a setting that will converse straight to this user names and passwords which can be saved. Around Google Stainless-, you will find a section in the options due to this, so it's believed that will Ie and Internet Explorer currently have these kind of selections seeing that well. Right here you may alter the establishing to reflect upon accounts or not to ever try to remember them. Around Internet Explorer, soon after clarifying this user name and user name and password memory files, as soon as coming into your current user name and user name and password, some sort of discussion container need to seem to be asking if you wish your data stored, in which your selection can then be meant to preference. Around Ie, soon after clarifying this user name and user name and password memory, coming into similarly info need to cause a identical actions, other than within an information tavern on the top.

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    Re: Why Windows XP not support two Yahoo IDs?

    Hello my dear Friend


    You just Remember one thing there is No place to open the Two Yahoo ID 's in the Same browser

    But you can access the Two Yahoo ID's individually through the different Browsers

    For this you have to Download the Different browsers

    Then First open the Any browser and there by you can have a chance to open the Yahoo mail

    Now minimize the current browser and then try to open the Another Browser

    From their you can open the Another Yahoo ID


    Thus you ca open the Different ID's from the Different browsers

    It is Not a Problem with the OS



    That is all


    Good luck

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    Re: Why Windows XP not support two Yahoo IDs?

    No windows OS or any other OS would support you to open two yahoo ID's at a time without loging out the preceding one . So , you get out of that illusion that there is some problem or a default setting in your OS .

    This is mainly due to the privacy and safety settings in many browsers like Mozilla Firefox , Opera or Google chrome . These setting are automatic and thus can't be changed .

    But still you can open your two Yahoo ID's at a time without logging out the other only if you install two or more different browsers in your computer .
    These will easily help you to open two or more email ID's at the same time .

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    Re: Why Windows XP not support two Yahoo IDs?

    Hello friend,

    1.Its not a big problem,please go to the your windows xp system home screen,

    2.After this please install the Google chrome in your system,

    3.Then please open the Google chrome and open the yahoo website in Google chrome normally,

    4.Now please you use the yahoo in your Google chrome browser normally,

    5.I hope this information usefull to you,

    Thanxx,

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    Re: Why Windows XP not support two Yahoo IDs?

    Dear Friend,


    First know this in one browser you can not open 2 ID at the same time.

    But you can open the 2 ID in Different Browser .

    For opening Multiple ID you will have to download the n number of browser.


    Thank You!!!!!

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    Re: Why Windows XP not support two Yahoo IDs?

    Hello Dear,

    Well, Firstly That is not at all the problem of windows XP.

    Here the issue is all about that you cannot access two accounts at same time from one browser.

    If you want to access two accounts at same time, use two different browsers.

    That's it You are done.

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    Re: Why Windows XP not support two Yahoo IDs?

    Hi..

    One Browser can use only one ID..

    You can not use two ID's in any browser..

    Not only yahoo ID..

    It's not possible with g mail ID and Face book iD also..

    So it's not Windows Xp problem..

    If you want to use multiple ID's ..

    you can install multiple browsers in your system...

    Then you can use multiple ID's in Multiple Browsers..

    Thank you...

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