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Windows 7: IE 11 search box after 2017-09 updates

1 Week Ago   #11
Vaio 7

Windows 7 x64 Home Premium

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by TracyLit5 View Post
Show tabs on a separate row is not the cause. The 'cause' is Microsoft's Sept 2017 updates.
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by TracyLit5 View Post
Yours may be a temporary fix, but if you WANT the tabs on a separate row (as I do), then your 'fix' won't work.

Personally, I don't like now having the Refresh button in the middle of my bar either.

MS really needs to do another fix to allow users to either hide or show the search they did with the Edge button being shown or not.

Yes, I totally agree, I want the tabs on a separate row too BUT I'd like the Search bar to be gone.
So let's hope that Brink or anyone else here will discover a registry tweak... ...soon...


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