How to Enable or Disable 'F12 Developer Tools' in Internet Explorer
How to Enable or Disable Internet Explorer 8 and 9 First Run Set Up Welcome Screen
This will show you how to enable or disable the Set Up Windows Internet Explorer 8 or Set up Internet Explorer 9 first run customize settings welcome screen when Internet Explorer is opened for the first time for all users on the computer. You must be logged in as an administrator to be able to do this tutorial.
Enable or Disable Explorer Zoom Level
This Windows 7 and Vista tutorial will show you how to enable or disable the Internet Explorer Zoom level option to enlarge or reduce the view of a webpage from 10% to 1000%.
How to Enable or Disable Reopen Last Browsing Session in Internet Explorer 8
This will show you how to enable or disable the Reopen Last Browsing Session option in Internet Explorer 8 for all users on the computer.
How to Enable or Disable Internet Explorer 9 Ability to Pin Sites
Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) included a new feature to allow you to pin websites from within IE9 to the taskbar or Start Menu in Windows 7, and only in the Start Menu in Vista. This will show you how to enable or disable Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) to be able to pin websites in Windows 7 and Vista for all users.
Managing Internet Explorer Add-ons
Enable or disable Toolbars and Extensions add-ons through the Internet Explorer Add-On Manager in Windows 7 and Vista.
Customize Explorer's Context Menu
This will show you how to enable or disable the context menu from displaying when users right click on a web page in Internet Explorer.
How to Enable or Disable the Use of Internet Explorer Accelerators
You can use Accelerators to search text that you select, map, e-mail, translate, or share content from any web page you're currently viewing with just one click. Learn more. IE8 amd IE9 comes with a selection of Accelerators included by default, but you can add or remove them as you like.This will show you how to enable or disable the ability of users to use and access Accelerators in IE8 and IE9.
Internet Explorer 9 Menu Bar Turned On by Default
This will show you how to enable or disable having the Menu bar to always be turned on by default in Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) for all users in Windows 7 and Vista. The beauty of the web You will need to be logged in as an administrator to be able to do this tutorial.
Enable or Disable Explorer Thumbnail Previews
This tutorial will show you how to enable or disable thumbnail previews in Windows Explorer for all or specific users in Windows 7 and Windows 8. Displaying thumbnails in Windows Explorer will require that Windows Photo Viewer is set as the default program with all of it's default associations (except .gif files) set with it as well.
Internet Explorer add-ons: frequently asked questions
Web browser add-ons add features (for example, extra toolbars, animated mouse pointers, stock tickers, and pop-up ad blockers) to your web browser.
Where do add-ons come from?
How can I see which add-ons are installed?
Why am I getting a message saying I'm running without add-ons when I start Internet Explorer?
There are several add-ons in this list that I did not install. How did they get on my computer?
What can I do if I think an add-on is causing trouble?
Can I delete Add-ons or ActiveX controls?
How can I disable a browser add-on?
How can I re-enable a browser add-on?
How to Disable Internet
Ok with XP I could enable/disable internet connection just from the system tray. Windows 7 does not have this feature is there anything quicker than opening network and sharing center then to local area connection and disabling it from there.
I really don't like leaving connection open all the time but surely there's got to be an easier/shortcut way.
How to Enable or Disable Game Updates
This will show you how to enable or disable automatically checking for game updates and news in Windows 7 and Vista Games Explorer.
Internet Explorer 9 - How to Remove or Disable Add-ons
Have you installed add-ons for Internet Explorer 9 which you no longer need? Or do you simply need to use them on rare occasions? If the answer is yes to any of these questions, then read this tutorial. You will learn how to disable add-ons (which can be enabled back later) or remove unwanted add-ons.
Tips for solving problems with Internet Explorer
If you can open Internet Explorer but can't get to sites on the Internet, or you find that web browsing is very slow, you should first make sure that you have a good connection to the Internet. Windows provides a built-in troubleshooter that can automatically find and fix some common problems with Internet Explorer.
Trick To Uninstall Internet Explorer
Most of the people have Opera ,Firefox or chrome installed in their systems and don't use Internet Explorer anymore.Internet Explorer comes pre-installed in windows.You want to uninstall Internet explorer but you will not completely remove as many applications depend upon its engine for rendering but it will remove the executable file of the browser from your computer.
Search Suggestions in Internet Explorer
This will show you how to enable or disable search suggestions for specific search providers that you installed in IE8 and IE9.
Search Providers in Internet Explorer
A search provider is used when you search for information on the internet. You can change the search provider for a specific search (Internet Explorer will use that search provider until you choose another one or until you close Internet Explorer) and you can specify which search provider you prefer to use by default. When you first install Internet Explorer, you might have only one provider (ex: Bing) installed. This will show you how to add (install) or remove (uninstall) search providers in Internet Explorer.
Pop-up that appears each time I open Internet Explorer
I am using Windows 7 Ultimate. Each time I open Internet Explorer, I get this pop-up asking me if I want to speed up my browsing by disabling add-ons (see attachment). How can I disable this pop-up?
Internet Explorer 9: Main Interface Elements
Unlike many websites with Windows 7 tutorials, we decided that we do not want to ignore Internet Explorer 9. There are plenty of people using it and well... we want to help them out with useful articles and tutorials about Microsoft latest browser. Therefore we continue our series of articles with a tutorial describing in detail the main interface elements of Internet Explorer 9 and what they do. If you are new to Internet Explorer 9, you will definitely find this tour very useful.
Why don't some websites display correctly in Internet Explorer?
Websites designed for earlier versions of Internet Explorer might not display correctly in the current version. Often, you can improve how a website looks in Internet Explorer by using Compatibility View. When you turn on Compatibility View, the webpage you're viewing-and other webpages within the website's domain-will be displayed as if you were using an earlier version of Internet Explorer.