Recently I noticed that my Gmail Settings were no longer showing in Internet Explorer on a Windows XP laptop. I figured from the start that it was related to the way Internet Explorer handles CSS and sure enough that was the cause in some shape or form. Below are two images that show what my Gmail settings look like in Internet Explorer followed by what they should look like in every browser (in the correct example FireFox is used).
If you have turned off remember passwords in Internet Explorer it is easy to turn them back on. Follow the instructions below to turn on remember passwords in IE.
- Open IE: Open your Internet Explorer
- Open IE Options: Click Tools from the menu above and then click Internet Options
- Navigate to Content Options: Click the Content tab in the new Internet Options window
This article will assist in removing any annoying User Agent displaying for Windows Internet Explorer.
You are probably curious what this is after you saw it in some web logs of some sort. It is likely from a legitimate application you have installed as some form of add-on to Internet Explorer. I did a bunch of reading trying to find out exactly how it got there but ended up concluding that it could have been any number of third party add-ons I have added to IE. So anyhow then I decided I did not want it showing up as my User Agent so I attempted to remove it following the steps below.
I do a lot of testing of web applications and feel like I am constantly deleting my Internet Explorer browser cache. Sometimes this takes forever and its a pain if you delete all of your browser history, etc. Windows has a way to view your cache which includes all of your cookies and cache files…