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Category Archives: Internet Explorer

Remove yeabd66 Browser Hijacker

Removing this annoying startup page on your browser does not require you to download any additional tools. All you need is some patience and follow step by step instructions.

  • Uninstall all unnecessary and suspicious programs
  • Disable all unnecessary and suspicious Start Up Programs
  • Open Task Manager and open the Details Tab
    • Sort the list by the Status Tab to view all the running tasks
    • Right-click each suspicious task and click Open File Location
    • Check for Uninstall Links in the target folders. If none available, end the specified task from the Details tab and delete the files and subsequent folders in the target location
  • Open Regedit, and search for yeabd66. Delete all keys containing this keyword.
  • Hold the Windows Key + R. Paste %windir%/system32/Drivers/etc and open the hosts file using notepad
    • If any IP Address appears below the marked red line in the illustration, delete it and save the file.

hosts

  • Open your browsers and reset them to default settings
  • Unpin all the browser shortcuts from your Taskbar
  • Create New Desktop Shortcuts for each of your browsers
  • Right-Click on each browser shortcut and click Properties
    • For Google Chrome, under Target field remove all text appearing after chrome.exe”
    • For Internet Explorer, under Target field remove all text appearing after iexplore.exe”

If you require assistance, with the above. I can assist you with a remote connection to your PC. Kindly download TeamViewer Quick Support Tool and mail me the TeamViewer ID and Password on team@resumefix.net

 

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Browser Compatibility Check – Internet Explorer 11 and Google Chrome

Designing Interactive WebPages has never been more challenging. With more and devices having the ability to browse the Internet; the need to make your WebPages compatible across all platforms is indeed a very challenging task.

Web Page designing Softwares like Microsoft Expression Web or Adobe Dreamviewer has features to test compatibility across browsers and devices; but IE 11 and Google Chrome have a far more dynamic interface to test webpage compatibility

Browser Compatibility Check with Internet Explorer 11

  • Keep the desired webpage open on the browser
  • Press F12 on the keyboard; a footer window opens up
  • From the left of the footer scroll to the last icon titled Emulation as illustrated below

IE11_Emulation

  • From the User agent string drop down; select the desired browser you wish to test the compatibility with.
  • You may also provide Customer User Agent Strings. Example (View this External Link)

 

IE_UserAgentString

 

 

Browser Compatibility Check with Google Chrome – Version 34.0.1847.131

  • Keep the desired webpage open on the browser
  • Press F12 on the keyboard; a footer window opens up
  • From the Console Tab; select Emulation

Chrome_Emulation

 

  • Ensure the Spoof Agent Checkbox is ticked
  • Use the drop to select the desired User Agent / Browser. The good feature in Chrome is that it shows you the User Agent String details which I find is a notch better than IE

Chrome_UserString

 

You could use a combination of both the Browsers Emulation Features to test your Webpages as the User Agent options in both are different

Internet Explorer 10 crashing randomly on Windows Server 2012 when using EAC on Exchange 2013

I did notice recently that after having installed and configured Exchange 2013 on Windows 2012 Standard, sucessfully, IE 10 starts acting weird each time I try to work on EAC (Exchange Admin Centre) using this browser.

From other other blogs and posts that have suggested different work arounds, I found downloading and installing the following security patch to be the best. You may either visit the Microsoft website and download the patch or waste no time and download it directly from here. I did not have any issues thereafter. However, you can still browse the EAC page from your laptop or PC with Windows 8 installed and use the IE 10 on it.

Remembering Sharepoint Password in Internet Explorer

How do I avoid SharePoint from asking for my password?

Use the below steps to save the password in Internet Explorer

  1. From Internet Explorer Menu – Select Internet Options
  2. Security – Custom Level
  3. Scroll to the bottom and check ‘Automatic logon with current user name and password’
  4. Click Ok and close Internet Options

IE_Security

Refresh IE Webpage at fixed intervals

Applies to Internet Explorer (versions 8 and above)

If the webpage is designed and developed by you; your scripting skills are sufficient to achieve this requirement. If not, use this simple tool to achieve this with ease

AuoRefresher