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Old 04-15-2015, 06:51 AM   #11
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Microsoft will replace IE with a new browser known as Spartan. You can actually download it now. Read about it here:

Microsoft's Project Spartan Browser Is Now Available for Download
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Old 04-15-2015, 06:53 AM   #12
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had same problem. Switched to Goggle Chrome a few months ago and have never had another issue
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Old 04-15-2015, 09:25 AM   #13
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We IT pros hate IE....use Mozilla Firefox (my favorite) or Chrome.
I fully agree with this. I'm an IT manager who has to deal with IE. I personally like Chrome.
But if you still want to use IE, try resetting it. Go to tools, internet options, go to the advanced tab and click the "restore advanced settings" button and then the "Reset" button. Tell it to clear all your personal settings. This will not remove your favorites, it will just reset your IE back to default views and remove your toolbar's. Typically its the tool bars that cause this issue anyways.
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Old 04-15-2015, 09:44 AM   #14
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I also used Chrome on my previous computer when IE stop working on that computer but I also had issues with Chrome not opening up PDF files from companies. I have since upgraded my computer and I updated to a newer version of Micro Soft software which included a newer version of IE.
I found out that the hard drive/RAM was having issues and needed to be updated or replaced.
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Old 04-15-2015, 09:49 AM   #15
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I fully agree with this. I'm an IT manager who has to deal with IE. I personally like Chrome.
But if you still want to use IE, try resetting it. Go to tools, internet options, go to the advanced tab and click the "restore advanced settings" button and then the "Reset" button. Tell it to clear all your personal settings. This will not remove your favorites, it will just reset your IE back to default views and remove your toolbar's. Typically its the tool bars that cause this issue anyways.
Just tried this, will see what happens. Thanks
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Old 04-15-2015, 10:56 AM   #16
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Still does not solve the problem on this forum. Some of us don't like Chrome, Apple, etc. Why not just find and fix the problem with the site?
IE has always been known as a huge security flaw in Windows. It can be used as a direct pipeline into your operating system by hackers. 3rd party browsers like Chrome or Firefox aren't perfect, but they are typically much safer.

Even the US government suggested switching.
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IE has always been known as a huge security flaw in Windows. It can be used as a direct pipeline into your operating system by hackers. 3rd party browsers like Chrome or Firefox aren't perfect, but they are typically much safer.

Even the US government suggested switching.
If the government is suggesting switching, I will definitely not switch.
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If the government is suggesting switching, I will definitely not switch.

Hope what I suggested helps!
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Hope what I suggested helps!
So far it has. Thanks. Just had to get rid of Bing.
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