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Windows 7: Missing icons in IE10 Command bar

26 Jul 2015   #11
MrDuck

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit
 
 
Problem solved!

ThrashZone you had the right idea!

After uninstalling IE10 and getting back to IE8 I updated to IE9. This still showed the text I didn't want in the Command Bar but in IE9 (and in IE8 I suspect but didn't try) you can right click on a Command Bar icon and then get an extended Customise dialogue which allows choice of all icons, all text, or a mix. I selected 'all icons' and the three missing ones returned (!!) and survived a further update to IE10, where strangely the extended Customise dialogue does not exist.

So I'm now very happy and most grateful for the support.


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26 Jul 2015   #12
MrDuck

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit
 
 

I should have mentioned that I still don't understand why both my Win 7 PCs running IE11 started becoming unstable after the big 15 July 2015 Windows Update. Both showed IE11 APPCRASHs and curious VC++ termination errors. These seem to have gone away but I am going to stick with IE10 for a while as it has not been a good experience with IE11. At one point the only machine in my home I could rely on was an ancient XP Netbook!
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26 Jul 2015   #13
ThrashZone

Win-7-Pro64bit 7-H-Prem-64bit
 
 

Hi,
I too stick with ie10 so don't feel like the lone ranger
It is to this day the most stable version besides using another browser like Pale moon....

New build I did acts a little differently with ie10 too so this is most likely hardware and or driver related
If you'd like to compare and post both machines browser add-ons make sure your set to Show All add-ons before doing so
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