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An easier way would be to right click on "Suggested Sites" and then select delete. That worked for me.
Actually the best solution is to avoid IE altogether. ;-)
So if IE9 is causing problems and FF is being pulled, what will you use? Chrome?
Seems to be working for me.http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/ie/forum/ie9-windows_7/disable-suggested-sites-does-not-work/4ba064b1-1c6e-43f1-939e-2db1d335b2ef?page=2&msgId=6af3d743-1475-4ca4-9562-330409c9c76dDavidLewis111 replied on April 14, 2012After trying everything...including the Microsoft instructuions,,,the only thing that worked was...- Go to start run (windows key + R) and type in gpedit.msc- Local Computer Policy --> User Configuration --> Administrative Templates --> Windows Components --> Internet Explorer- Look for and double click "Turn on Suggested Sites" (it's not configured by default, which explains why it keeps coming back)- Click the "Disable" radio button --> Apply --> Ok Unfortunatly, it only works if you can access gpedit
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