Category Archives: Internet Explorer

On August 13, 2019 Microsoft will disable VBScript in IE11 for Windows 7, 8, and 8.1

As you may remember, Microsoft has disabled VBScript in Internet Explorer 11 on Windows 10 starting in Windows 10 build 16237. This technology is considered deprecated, so it is now turned off by default in IE11 on all supported Windows versions. Continue reading

VBScript in Internet Explorer 11 is now disabled

The most recent Insider Preview, Windows 10 build 16237 comes with VBScript support disabled in Internet Explorer 11. VBScript is a scripting language based on Visual Basic. It is widely used in Windows and can be used in web pages, mostly IE-oriented since other web browsers support only JavaScript.
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Disable Smiley Button in Internet Explorer in Windows 10

If you are using Internet Explorer 11 in Windows 10, you might be aware of a smiley button visible on the toolbar of this browser. This button is assigned to send feedback to Microsoft about the browsing experience. If you have no use for this button, you might want to disable it. Here is how.
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How to export Internet Explorer bookmarks to an HTML file in Windows 10

If you have a bunch of bookmarks in the Internet Explorer browser, you might be interested in exporting them to an HTML file. This is extremely useful because you can have a backup of your bookmarks. Also, you can open that file later on some other PC or mobile device where Windows is not installed. You can also import the HTML file in another browser on the same PC or another device.
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Change the User Agent in Internet Explorer 11

The user agent of a web browser is a string value which identifies that browser and provides certain system details to servers hosting the websites you visit. Thanks to the new flags page in Internet Explorer 11, it is now very easy to change the user agent string. You can experiment with it using the latest publicly available Windows 10 build at this moment, which is 9879. Let's see how it can be done.
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Enable the new Trident engine in Internet Explorer 12 on Windows 10

Internet Explorer 12 features a new updated Trident rendering engine which is present for now only in Windows 10. Even though the name, Trident is the same, it is more lightweight. The old rendering mode is also still included for backward compatibility. The new Trident mode is not active by default, instead IE automatically decides which engine it will use. If you want to try the brand new content rendering mode, here is how you can do it.
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