Regarding your https problem.
On the Tools menu, click Compatibility View Settings.
Click to select the Display all websites in Compatibility View check box, and then click Close.
If this works, but you do not want the compatibility option for all sites, you can be selective.
Much the same as above,but:
Go to the address of the Web site that you cannot view.
- Enter the address of the Web site that is not displayed correctly or that does not work correctly, and press ENTER.
- Click the Compatibility View icon that is located to the right of the address barIf this method worked
Click the Compatibility View settings item in the Tools tab.
You should find the address of the site you are trying to view, is listed. "Add" it to the pane at the bottom.
Whilst in thgis option, you may like to try the small optional squares at the bottom of the pane.
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