Friday, March 4, 2011

Enable Third Party Browser Extensions in IE

Surfing the Internet can be a pleasant experience if your browser is able to accommodate the viewing requirements of the web pages you are looking at. Because this is often not the case, third-party browser extensions are utilized in order to add functionality to your original browser. For instance, your original browser may not be capable of allowing you to play interactive games on websites, but your third-party browser may allow you to do this. For reasons such as this, you may want to enable third-party extensions.

Steps To Follow
  • Open Internet Explorer
  • Go to Tools>Internet Options
  • Go to Advanced tab
  • Look under the “Browsing” subhead.
  • Check the “Enable third-party browser extensions” box by clicking inside the little square in front of "Enable third-party browser extensions".
  • Click OK.

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