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  • Blog Post: "Your Browser has been upgraded" Tab being displayed after installing MS14-035

    Hello, This blog post is about the notification, which users receive one time after the installation of the last cumulative IE-Update in June MS14-035 . For IE10 on Windows 7, the following webpage is displayed: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/internet-explorer/ie-10-welcome-upgrade1 For...
  • Blog Post: Command line options available to uninstall Internet Explorer

    In this blog, I am sharing the commands available to uninstall Internet Explorer. Examples covered in this blog are for: Internet Explorer 9 Internet Explorer 10 Internet Explorer 11 Example for uninstalling Internet explorer 9 Log on to the computer by using an administrator...
  • Blog Post: Guidelines on enabling, configuring and troubleshooting ActiveX Installer service (Axis)

    Hi everybody! In this Blog you will find instructions on how to locally enable, configure and troubleshoot the AXiS service. The ActiveX Installer Service (AXIS) was first introduced in Windows Vista and currently available in Widows 7 and Windows 2008 R2. The service purpose is to allow IT Admins...
  • Blog Post: How to disable IE Enhanced Security on Windows 2003 & Windows 2008 Server silently?

    Hi Everyone! Axel Rivera again from the IE Escalation team with another IE Enhanced security topic for your viewing pleasure! UPDATE : I have tested the .bat file that will disable IE Enhanced Security for both Windows 2003 / Windows 2008 and 2012 TS Servers. The key is that you have to execute...
  • Blog Post: “Fix it” – The next phase in improving the customer experience around KB articles!

    Hi everyone! This is quick post to make you aware of some of cool things Microsoft is doing to improve the KB experience.  Take a look!   The steps in many of our KB articles have been criticized in the past for being too difficult for ordinary users to follow.  As a result, missed or...
  • Blog Post: IEAK 8, RC1 has shipped and is available for download and testing!

    Hey Folks! The RC1 build of IEAK 8 can be found Here . Please download and test this version of the IEAK and report any issues, or potential bugs. We aren’t getting a ton of feedback on the IEAK and it’s unlikely that we will catch every issue that crops up, internally. Command line switches and...
  • Blog Post: FIX IT FOR ME blog site - check it out!

    Hi everyone! Take a gander at this blog site available from Microsoft.  Below is their mission statement and a link to the site: Have you ever come across a Microsoft Knowledge Base (KB) article or been presented with a Windows Error Reporting (WER) solution and asked yourself, why can't Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: RC1 of Internet Explorer 8 is now available for download!

    Hi Everyone - Just wanted to send out a quick blog letting you know that RC1 (Release Candidate 1) is out and available for your testing pleasure! You can get RC1 using the below links: Windows XP Windows XP 64-bit Edition Windows Vista Windows Vista 64-bit Edition Windows 2003 Server...
  • Blog Post: Issues with Microsoft File Transfer Manager..

    Lately we’ve had to field some customer issues regarding failures when attempting to use FTM. I wanted to clarify that FTM is not part of Internet Explorer – it’s a separate download, located at http://transfers.ds.microsoft.com/ftm/default.aspx?target=install . This tool has no formal...
  • Blog Post: IE8 Beta Testers Wanted

    Tuesday, August 05, 2008 6:00 AM Although Internet Explorer support is no longer part of our portfolio on the Performance team, we do still keep an eye on what’s going on in the world of IE. The IE team is looking for Beta Testers. Below is the post from the IE Team Blog : Wanted: IE8 Beta Testers...
  • Blog Post: BHO's, Security and Shell Extensions

    Tuesday, December 11, 2007 6:08 AM Today we're going to wrap up our overview of Browser Helper Objects with a look at BHO's and Security as well as similarities between BHO's and Shell Extensions. If you recall from our first post on BHO's , a BHO is an extension to Internet Explorer that adds customization...
  • Blog Post: Internet Explorer: A Bigger Cookie Jar

    Tuesday, September 18, 2007 6:26 AM Although the majority of IE cookie issues are handled by our Developer Support team, every now and then a question about cookies will reach us on the Performance team. Often, the question will revolve around the number of cookies stored per domain. Prior to the...
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