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[INFO] Tips n Tricks areaMysteryFCM
Backing up your Avant Browser settingsMysteryFCM
Restore Internet Explorer as the default web browserMysteryFCM
Restore Avant Browser as the default web browserMysteryFCM
Fixing a corrupted conf.ini file (Avant Tip)Sergei
The perfect installationMysteryFCM
Things going slow?MysteryFCM
Enable/Disable Auto-completeMysteryFCM
To click or not to clickMysteryFCM
So, you want to make a skin?MysteryFCM
Getting "live" supportMysteryFCM
Temporary bypass for the avantfind.com error pageMysteryFCM
Fix For Upper to Lower-Case ConversionDrDrrae
Adding a new Quick Search itemMysteryFCM
Editing Internet Shortcut (.url) file'sMysteryFCM
Posting an image or screenshot to the forumsbigC
Adding the sURL serviceMysteryFCM
Can't reach the forum?hornakapopolis
Pop-unders in IE?MysteryFCM
Using the HOSTS file: A beginners pointerMysteryFCM



Backing up your Avant Browser settings - MysteryFCM

The main Avant Browser settings are held in a file called abrowser.ini . The settings for your ad blocker, pop up blocker and quick searches are also in this folder, if you have customized these, you might want to back them up also. These are the one's you should concern yourself with when backing up settings.To back them up, copy the file to a folder of your choice (or do as I do and put it into a
".zip" file).

In most cases, the file will be located in the following paths;

Windows 95/98/98SE/ME

\Windows\Application Data\Avant Browser

Windows NT/2000/XP/Server 2003

\Documents and Settings\<Your Username>\Application Data\Avant Browser

Note By default, the Application Data folder has it's hidden attribute set to true. If you cannot see this folder, open a random folder and click Tools then Folder Options and click the View tab, in there is an option to "Show all files and folders" (wording may differ depending on your version of Windows).

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