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How do I get my "ad-ons" back on my computer? At the top of the screen there is a yellow bar that reads "Internet Explorer is currently running with add-ons disabled."

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Try clicking Tools > then click Manage Add-Ons. If the add-ons are disabled, try enabling them. Once done, close the browser and reopen the internet explorer. Check if the add-ons are in place.

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