SOLUTION: Use multiple browser windows. When a page includes several
interesting links (such as the results page from a search engine), don't
click on one link, wait for the page to load, hit the Back button, then
click on the next link. Instead, right-click on a link and, with the mouse
button still pressed, select Open in New Window
(the option exists in both Internet Explorer and Netscape Communicator).
The linked page now appears in a separate browser window.
SOLUTION: Favorites saved in the Links folder appear on the Links toolbar in Internet Explorer (View, Toolbars, Links). Subfolders appear as folder icons on the Links toolbar; clicking on one displays its contents as a drop-down list.
Though the Links folder (C:\Windows\Favorites\Links) cannot be deleted
permanently, you can rename or effectively hide it. First, exit IE. Then,
in Windows Explorer, right-click on the Links
folder and select Properties. In the
Properties dialog box check the Hidden option under
Attributes. Restart IE. The Links entry is absent from your Favorites
menu, though Favorites saved in the Links folder or any subfolders will
still appear on the Links