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Windows 7: IE9 won't let me log in

15 Apr 2011   #1
Qmass55

Windows 7 pro 64bit
 
 
IE9 won't let me log in

When I try to log in to a specific site, IE9 says that it won't display everything because it's not secure unless i push a button, then it says it has to go back to the previous page again, i.e put password in again and so the endless cycle starts! What are they thinking. How do I get this to stop! Why with every 'upgrade' do microsoft take the control away from you, what was wrong with the old warning box giving you the power to decide wether you wanted to view something that wasn't secure? Also what has happened to the little triangle next to the forward button, that popped up a box that allowed you to jump back or forward multiple pages? Why delete such a useful function, Obviously I'm missing something easy, like 'classic view' or some such, any help much appreciated, Cheers


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15 Apr 2011   #2
Qmass55

Windows 7 pro 64bit
 
 

Don't worry, I've rolled back to IE8, it's far better, easier and stuff isn't 'hidden' from you. Also you can download to where you want and it gives you control instead of making decisions for you. It seems like a classic Microsoft own goal, Peace
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