Explorer 10 Script Errors


J

JCO

Running Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit & IE 10 (I use the 32 bit version)

Now that IE 10 got installed, I get script errors almost every time I'm on
the Internet. What's the deal? I don't have it set to display all script
errors. It's annoying. Do I need to move permanently to Google, it works.
Thanks
 
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Paul

JCO said:
Running Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit & IE 10 (I use the 32 bit version)

Now that IE 10 got installed, I get script errors almost every time I'm
on the Internet. What's the deal? I don't have it set to display all
script errors. It's annoying. Do I need to move permanently to Google,
it works.
Thanks
"How to reset Internet Explorer settings"

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/923737

That can have side effects, so make sure you understand what
that changes, before doing it.

Another possibility, is you're running a toolbar or add-on
which is "recoding" web pages and screwing them up. The website
owners know about IE10, and the need to run a clean site. But
someone who has added a toolbar to your computer (to insert
advertisements into the web pages), doesn't care
if it's making a mess of things. Perhaps the resetting of the
settings (and disabling add-ons) will improve the behavior
temporarily.

Paul
 
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J

JCO

I will read and determine if I need to do the reset, thanks. As far as the
toolbars, I don't use any. In fact I always uninstall them because I hate
to loose the real estate from having the bars added on.
Thanks and will let you know what I do.

"Paul" wrote in message
Running Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit & IE 10 (I use the 32 bit version)

Now that IE 10 got installed, I get script errors almost every time I'm on
the Internet. What's the deal? I don't have it set to display all script
errors. It's annoying. Do I need to move permanently to Google, it
works.
Thanks
"How to reset Internet Explorer settings"

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/923737

That can have side effects, so make sure you understand what
that changes, before doing it.

Another possibility, is you're running a toolbar or add-on
which is "recoding" web pages and screwing them up. The website
owners know about IE10, and the need to run a clean site. But
someone who has added a toolbar to your computer (to insert
advertisements into the web pages), doesn't care
if it's making a mess of things. Perhaps the resetting of the
settings (and disabling add-ons) will improve the behavior
temporarily.

Paul
 

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