Tutorials in ‘Internet Explorer’ Category
Assuming that if a user of a given machine has chosen Internet Explorer as his/her browser, one can conclude that the user is not quite aware of hat he/she is doing. So just to be safe, it may be a good way to prevent the user from downloading any files from Internet if he/she is using IE.
Naturally, to force such a strange behavior we will use a good old registry tweak. First, we will open the Registry. Open the Start menu and enter regedit in the start menu searchbox:
and hit Enter. The Registry Editor will open:
Using the left-hand pane, navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\Zones\3:
Note: The next step is optional as the value 1803 may already exist.
On the right-hand pane click anywhere except the Name column and select New > DWORD (32-bit) Value:
Name the new value 1803:
Double-click on it and a window will open. Enter 0 in the Value data textbox:
Click OK and close the Registry Editor. To revert to your old settings simply delete the value 1803.
Note: This trick works for IE 6 through 9.
By default Internet Explorer opens the source of web pages using Notepad. In lots of cases this does the work, but in some cases we need a more powerful text editor (like Notepad++ for example). Well, here is a little tweak which will make Internet Explorer use a text editor of our choice for viewing source. Read the rest of this entry »
This tutorial will guide you how to install your own SSL certificate in Internet Explorer in few simple steps. Such certificates are widely used for personal identification, for example, for online banking systems. The certificate ensures that the person connection is the one who should only have access to the system.
To get to the proper place you must go to the browser Options. You click on Tools menu then select Internet Options Read the rest of this entry »
This tutorial will show you how to use Internet Explorer like FTP client.
When you start your Internet Explorer go go location bar and type: