When you open a new tab in Internet Explorer, its New Tab Page opens to frequently visited sites. If you’d rather have it open to a blank page, here’s how to change it.
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Websites use various types of tracking to deliver ads based on browsing and your physical location. Internet Explorer 10 allows you to disable physical location tracking.
When Windows 8 and Windows RT first launched, Flash in IE 10 only worked on selected sites whitelisted by Microsoft. Via an update today, Flash content will work by default on most sites.
On a Microsoft Surface, you’ll probably be using Internet Explorer 10 quite a bit. While doing research online, here’s how to search for a specific word or phrase on a webpage.
Microsoft released the Internet Explorer 10 Preview for Windows 7. The final version was released last week, if you want to revert back to IE 9 here’s how.
Getting a non-techy family member or friend to understand that Internet Explorer is not actually the internet can be difficult and time consuming. Whatbrowser is a site built by Google that encourages users to try multiple browsers while explaining what they are.
If you’re old enough to remember the days of arcade rooms, you’ll love the Atari Arcade. It lets you play the classic titles you grew up with through your browser.
You don’t need to be a Firefox, Chrome or Internet Explorer devotee. You can use whichever browser is currently doing the best job for you, and with these 50 shortcut keys it’s easy to switch between all of them.
Disable third party extensions if you want to make IE9 more secure. The Internet is filled with various malware that can harm your computer and put your privacy at risk. Here’s how to disable IE9 extensions.
Internet Explorer 9 is set to show previews for all open tabs when the taskbar icon is hovered over. Plenty of people don’t like this feature, so here’s how to disable it.
Recently Twitter agreed to stop tracking its users if they enable the proper settings in their browsers called “Do Not Track”. Here’s how to enable them for the most common browsers.
By default the Omnibar in Internet Explorer 10 is set to use Bing as the search provider. If you want to switch it to Google or another provider, it will require an add-on and a little configuration.
Yahoo! has announced, via a post on its Policy Blog, that it has implemented global support for Do Not Track! (DNT). Here’s what this means in terms of Internet privacy, as well as how to enable this important feature in Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome.
With so many browsers out there, the browser wars keep heating up. Here at groovyPost we’re interested in knowing which one is your default browser. Maybe you are forced to use Internet Explorer at work, but prefer Google Chrome or Firefox at home? Cast your vote in the poll below and leave us a comment [...]