Question about Microsoft Computers & Internet
Some add-ons are known to be _NOT_ compatible with Internet Explorer 7 or 8 or 9.
So, rather than "crashing" when you start Internet Explorer, it tells you that it has bypassed the "bad" add-on.
If you use the add-on (Yahoo! toolbar? MSN toolbar? Bing toolbar? Google toolbar?),
then you need to download the most-recent version, and install it.
Otherwise, just use I.E. *without* using that add-on.
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
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