Question about Apple iPad 32 GB WiFi Tablet PC
I want to play wizard 101 on my iPad and it won't let why?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Microsoft Silverlight is a plugin that only works on some desktop browsers. It is never going to be supported in Safari, because it is rapidly becoming outdated - content providers should be using more modern, efficient and faster technologies. Depending on what you are trying to do, there may be a native way of doing it - search for it in the App Store.
You cannot download IE because Microsoft do not make IE for the iPad. You cannot run MS Windows programs (.exe files) on the iPad. If you don't want to use Safari to browse the web, just search 'browser' in the App Store, and you'll find soma alternatives.
Just remember: The App Store is the only place you can get apps for your iPad!
Hope that helped!
Posted on Mar 06, 2011
Safari in iOS devices (iPhone,iPod,iPad) is system app, and is always updated with update of firmware (iOS), you can't update safari itself, without updating whole firmware.
Posted on May 14, 2011
No, no, no! I have exactly the same question, how to download an exe file on ipads with safari. I know perfectly the difference between Running and Downloading a file. Of course iOS doesn't know how to open an exe and other MS / whatever files, but this is no reason to poke at "what kind of file I'm trying to get?" . My ipad is my only mobile internet device and I need it now to download some files for my PC. What is wrong with that??? WTF is this mac's inquisitive policy??? I want a working solution please.
Posted on Oct 03, 2011
Both silverlight and IE are for Windows based computers only. You will not be able to install either of them on an iPad.
Posted on Nov 02, 2011
The authorised way of downloading apps on the ipad is via the app store. Go to the app store and find the apps using the search facillity that you are trying to download via safari and they will instal properly. You must remember that safari is not really a fully functional browser as it would be on a desktop machine. You will not be able to download things like flash games or use flash enhanced websites. Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 05, 2011
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