The name of the browser you're using is under or on the icon you use to open
the browser. And it's also in the upper left corner of the browser window.
Maybe if you can give us an example of what you're trying to save or copy,
and from where, someone could figure it out. Because for sure there's
nothing in Vista that would prevent you from saving or copy/pasting Web
content in Vista. It's no different from any other OS in that regard.
"fsmak08" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>i dont know how to find out what browser i have and really the only problem
> am having is the options won't highlight so i can save things. and they
> highlight for me to copy or cut and paste.
> "Puppy Breath" wrote:
>> What browser are you using. In IE7 on Vista I can right-click a picture
>> in a
>> Web page and choose Save Picture As to save it. I can also copy-and-paste
>> picture from a Web site rignt into a folder, for that matter. It wouldn't
>> really make sense to try to copy and paste a Web page directly to a
>> You'd have to paste it to an app like Word. Better yet, choose File >
>> As and save it to a folder as a .mht or .html file. You can definitely do
>> that in IE7 on Vista.
>> "fsmak08" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> >i am having a problem saving pictures to the computer from any site and
>> > not able to cut and paste websites. when i right click it brings the
>> > window
>> > up up it wont let me highlight any of the options. i have asked
>> > everyone
>> > that
>> > i thought would have heard of this problem but none have vista. if
>> > anyone
>> > can
>> > help it would be greatly appreciated.