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Jul
29
2012

Speckie – A Real-time Spell Checker for Internet Explorer

Let’s admit it lot of us make a lot of spelling errors while posting something online. That’s one of the reason why I prefer Firefox because of the build in inline spell check so it’s a lot easier to correct it on the fly. Today I found this nifty little program called “Speckie” that’s a inline spell checker on Internet Explorer. This version works well with Internet Explorer 7, 8 and 9 version. It supports […]

Oct
23
2011

Internet Explorer9 Installer – Command Line Switches

Today I stumbled into a blog article by Aviraj Ajgekar, MSFT about installing Internet Explorer using command line switches. I didn’t know we could do that, I found it really interesting. I know it’s a little old to post but it’s good to know so I though of sharing. Step 1: Download Internet Explorer 9 with Microsoft’s website Step 2: Go to Start under search type in “CMD” right click on CMD and click on […]

Mar
19
2011

Troubleshoot IE9 Installation Issues on Windows 7

Now that most of them are trying to installing IE9 there are lot of issues people are facing to getting IE9 to install. In this article I’ll suggest few steps that could resolve such issues. Step 1: It was told before that we need Windows 7 Service pack 1 to install IE9 but Microsoft conformed that we don’t need Service pack 1 to install IE9. But we need to make sure your Windows is update […]

Mar
15
2011

Download Internet Explorer 9 Final Version

icrosoft has released the final version of Internet Explorer 9. It’s available to  download from Beauty of Web. When compared to IE9 RC there are only minor changes. There are 39 different languages available to download.  According to Dean Hachamovitch, Corporate Vice President of Internet Explorer We’ve made more performance improvements, especially on low-end machines. For example, we did additional tuning for low-end GPUs, where you will find that the Speed Reading test drive is […]

Mar
9
2011

Internet Explorer: A Road Map to Success

icrosoft Internet Explorer the ancestor of all browsers has come long way from the year 1995 with the release of Windows 95 Plus! Pack. It’s was Internet Explorer 1.0 that made the world to go online which was first of its kind. The root of Internet Explorer all the way back to 1987 by the browser named Mosaic. Mosaic is the web browser credited with popularizing the World Wide Web. It was also a client […]

Mar
1
2011

ActiveX Filtering using Internet Explorer 9 RC

With IE9 RC Microsoft has offered a greater control over Active X Filtering with the browser. With ActiveX Filtering, you can turn off ActiveX controls for all Web sites and then turn them back on selectively as you see fit. Some users completely turn off Active X due to security, performance and other reason.

Mar
1
2011

Developer’s Guide for Internet Explorer 9 RC

Microsoft has released the developers guide for IE9 RC version. If you want to know what’s to come in the browsers you and your customers use. Internet Explorer 9 RC is a look at the features and improvements of Internet Explorer 9, the next version of the world’s most popular web browser.

Feb
14
2011

Internet Explorer 9 RC has released

Most awaited Internet Explorer 9 RC has released earlier this week, on February 10, 2011 making it available for download and testing to users worldwide. IE9 RC reached a new milestone of 25 million downlods and still growing. Between the Internet Explorer 9 Beta and Internet Explorer 9 RC releases, over 2,000 changes have been made to improve browser performance for real customer scenarios.

Feb
12
2011

Troubleshooting General Issues with Internet Explorer

This is small utility for Troubleshooting Internet Explorer issues. It will Flush DNS, Re-register concern dlls for Internet Explorer (3 different types 64-Bit, 32 Bit on 64-Bit OS and 32-Bit) Reset IE to Default settings, Reset Winsock. SF IE Restorator will work with Internet Explorer 8 on Windows 7. It will work with other operating system only if you have .NET Frameworks 3.5 installed. Some Antivirus / Firewall might detect SF IE Restorator Tool is Trojan its just a False positive because the publisher is unknown. Nothing to worry it won’t harm your Computer

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