Originally Posted By: Gino Conner
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Mike, and other similarly situated,
One thing you can do, if you are using Internet Explorer, is change your setting so that images don't automatically display. Do the following . . .
Click the drop menu TOOLS
Select INTERNET OPTIONS
Select the ADVANCED
Scroll down to the MULTIMEDIA
Remove the check mark from the box SHOW PICTURES
Now, images appear only as little image markers. If you want to see the related image you RIGHT-CLICK
on the image marker and select SHOW PICTURE
This way every one is served. In my area 66%+ people are on some type of broadband connection, but then I in a major city. ![icon_smile.gif](upload://b6iczyK1ETUUqRUc4PAkX83GF2O.gif)