Oh, forgot this from the microsoft.com:
When you open the Manage Add-ons dialog box on the Tools menu in Microsoft Internet Explorer, some installed add-ons may not be listed. Therefore, for example, you may not be able to select an add-on that you want to disable.
This issue occurs because, during the installation of certain add-ons, a flag is set in the registry that prevents the add-on from being managed through the Manage Add-ons dialog box.
like anyone still uses ie
Well, I use it sometimes, accidently.
Like well over three quarters of the free world?.. nah.Originally Posted by natedogg
I do, and have been since IE4. It works fine for me, and I don't get crap on this machine unless I let one of the kids loose in an admin account.Originally Posted by natedogg
if your font size is this small i'll add you to my ignore list because you're wasting my time, OK?
who knows, maybe you could get attacked on the way over to windowsupdate.com?
ill update just to be safe.
If Microsoft really wanted to do Internet Explorer users a favor, they make the option available for them to actually "uninstall/delete" those add-ons from that tools menu dialog box.
Hell- if I am getting a problem from anything conflicting with IE, I do not want it DISABLED... I want #@!$?ing GONE!