Supporting Internet Explorer in Windows XP in VB.NET

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Supporting Internet Explorer in Windows XP
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Bypass Proxy Server For Local Addresses Allows the client to connect directly to an address on the local network (such as an internal company Web server) instead of connecting to the proxy server.
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Figure 11-5 Configure proxy server settings.
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The Programs tab of the Internet Options dialog box, shown in Figure 11-6, allows you to configure the programs that are associated with particular services. For example, if a user is browsing a website and selects an e-mail address link, Internet Explorer must launch the appropriate e-mail program. Other configurable services include the HTML editor, the newsgroup client, the program to be used to establish a call across the Internet, and the programs to access the user s calendar and contact list.
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Figure 11-6 Configure programs associated with certain services.
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The Programs tab also contains a Manage Add-Ons button. With Windows XP Service Pack 2 installed, Internet Explorer prompts you when add-on software tries to install itself into Internet Explorer. You can view and control the list of add-ons that Internet Explorer can load. Internet Explorer also attempts to detect crashes that are related to add-ons. If an add-on is identified, this information is presented to the user and the user can disable the add-ons to prevent future crashes. To manage add-ons in Internet Explorer, use these steps: 1. Click Start, and then click Internet Explorer. 2. On the Tools menu, select Manage Add-Ons. 3. In the Manage Add-Ons dialog box (as shown in Figure 11-7), from the Show drop-down list, select one of the following options:
Add-Ons Currently Loaded In Internet Explorer This option lists the add-ons that have been loaded into memory within the current Internet Explorer process and those which have been blocked from loading. This includes ActiveX controls that were used by Web pages that were previously viewed within the current process Add-Ons That Have Been Used By Internet Explorer This option lists all add-ons that have been referenced by Internet Explorer and are still installed.
Figure 11-7 Managing add-ons in Internet Explorer
4. Select any add-on from the list by clicking it once, and then perform one of the following actions:
Select the Enable option to re-enable a previously disabled add-on. The add-on may have been disabled by the user or by Internet Explorer following a crash.
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Supporting Internet Explorer in Windows XP
Select the Disable option to disable an add-on. Click the Update ActiveX button to update ActiveX controls to their latest ver sion. Windows searches for an update at the location where the original con trol was found. If a newer version is found at that location, Internet Explorer attempts to install the update.
5. Click OK to close the Manage Add-Ons dialog box. At the bottom of the Programs tab, you find an option named Internet Explorer Should Check To See Whether It Is The Default Browser. When you enable this option, Internet Explorer checks to see whether it is configured as the default browser each time you open the program.
Configuring Advanced Settings
The Advanced tab of the Internet Options dialog box, shown in Figure 11-8, allows you to configure a variety of Internet Explorer settings. The exact options that are available on this tab vary, depending on whether additional components have been installed. You can right-click any particular setting and select What s This to see a description of the setting.
Figure 11-8 Configure advanced settings on the Internet Options dialog box.
Advanced settings are divided into categories such as Accessibility, Browsing, Multime dia, and Security. Following are some of the important advanced settings you should be aware of as a DST:
Browsing: Enable Personalized Favorites Menu When enabled, Favorites that you have not recently accessed are hidden from view and are accessible by clicking the down arrow at the bottom of the Favorites menu.
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Configuring Internet Explorer
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Browsing: Enable Third-Party Browser Extensions (requires restart) Clearing this option disables non-Microsoft browser extensions, which can be useful when troubleshooting problems with Internet Explorer. Often, browser extensions can cause Internet Explorer to crash or have problems dis playing Web pages. Browsing: Enable Visual Styles On Buttons And Controls In Web Pages When enabled, button and control styles in Internet Explorer match those set in Display properties. Browsing: Notify When Downloads Complete Enabling this option causes Internet Explorer to display a message at the end of a file download, indicating that the download is complete. Browsing: Show Friendly HTTP Error Messages Web servers send error mes sages to browsers when problems occur. When this option is enabled, Internet Explorer will display a detailed message outlining potential solutions for the prob lem. When this option is disabled, Internet Explorer shows only the error number and name of the error. Browsing: Underline Links This option controls the way Internet Explorer dis plays hyperlinks. Available options are Always (links are always underlined), Hover (links are underlined when the mouse is moved over them), or Never (never underlines links). Browsing: Use Inline Autocomplete When this option is enabled, Internet Explorer completes what you are typing in the address bar based on previous entries. Multimedia: Enable Automatic Image Resizing When this option is enabled, Internet Explorer automatically resizes large images so that they fit in the browser window. Multimedia: Play Animations In Web Pages Enabling this option allows Internet Explorer to display animated pictures. These animations are often slow to load and distracting. Consider clearing this option for smoother access. Multimedia: Show Image Download Placeholders When this option is enabled, Internet Explorer draws placeholders for images while they are downloading. This process allows the items on the page to be properly positioned before images are fully downloaded. Multimedia: Show Pictures When this option is enabled, Internet Explorer shows pictures normally. For users with slow connections, images can take a long time to download, so you can increase perceived performance by clearing this option.
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