Make Bing Your Search Engine in Explorer, Firefox, Chrome and Safari.

Make Bing Your Search Engine “This installer makes Bing your default search engine. The installation applies to Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome and Safari. “ And why wouldn’t you want great pictures like todays homepage showing the Iceberg Skating Palace at the Sochi  Winter Olympics in Russia, as well as a great search experience… Rob Technorati…

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Changing security and privacy settings for Internet Explorer

No matter which version of Internet Explorer you are using (versions 8 through 11) we have detail information on how you can use and update the privacy and security settings in the product to keep you safe and effect how websites monitor your online activity Changing security and privacy settings for Internet Explorer Dependent on…

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Download the Protecting Your Privacy Online fact sheet

Protecting Your Privacy Online “Fact sheet providing guidance on how to protect the privacy of information online. The content provides key considerations around information security and online fraud that help consumers ensure that they have the right protections in-place” The fact sheet covers a lot of useful topics: Computer Security tips Strong passwords Use of…

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Internet Explorer for Xbox Developer’s Guide

Download the Internet Explorer for Xbox Developer’s Guide “This paper provides information about Internet Explorer for Xbox. It provides guidelines for developers to who want to optimize their site for Internet Explorer for Xbox. It contains design recommendations, and it describes some of the technical differences between Internet Explorer 9 and Internet Explorer for Xbox”…

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4 things to try if webpages are blank or incorrectly displayed in Internet Explorer?

Why are some webpages blank or incorrectly displayed in Internet Explorer?   Turn on compatibility view Turn off Tracking protection for the page Turn off hardware acceleration Turn off Software rendering (watch the video to see how) Get more help for Internet Explorer Rob Technorati Tags: IE9,Internet Explorer

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Win £1,000 with Internet Explorer 9 in the UK

See how far people are prepared to go to convince their IT Manager to give them Internet Explorer 9 at work, and win yourself £1,000 “Vote for your favourite video on the Internet Explorer 9 Facebook page or on our online TechNet application and share it to help promote the Internet Explorer Competition. By sharing…

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How to use Tracking Protection and ActiveX Filtering in Internet Explorer 9

“You can turn on Tracking Protection in Windows Internet Explorer 9 to help prevent websites from gathering information about your web browsing. You can also turn on ActiveX filtering to help prevent programs from accessing your computer without your consent. Once you turn on either feature, you can turn it off for specific sites” Learn…

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4 top tips for Internet Explorer 9

Get to your favourite websites faster, by using the One Box or  Pinning to the taskbar… Use search providers to find the content you want Get on top of all the useful keyboard shortcuts manage your add-ons before you get those notifications Lear more about Internet Explorer 9 Rob Technorati Tags: Internet Explorer,IE9 [tweetmeme only_single=”false”]

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Prevent cross-domain drag-and-drop functionality in Internet Explorer

Disabling cross domain drag and drop functionality can help avoid attacks where a malicious site may trick you into unknowingly selecting possibly sensitive content from one website and dropping the content into a possibly malicious website. You can automatically disable this if you haven’t already got the appropriate patches (read more) with the following Microsoft…

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Enable or disable software rendering in IE9

With the following Microsoft Fixits Enable: Disable: “Hardware acceleration is a new feature in Internet Explorer 9 that lets Internet Explorer move all graphics and text rendering from the CPU to the Graphics Processing Unit (GPU). In some cases, you have to enable or disable hardware acceleration to check for hardware or software compatibility issues…

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