I was just upgrading my windows version with my win7 and I noticed that my internet explorer page cannot be displayed. I was wondering if I could get some help on that matter.
This might be an IE-specific problem, but I’m not sure how you could fix this. The safest solution is to use another browser, but I really think you should have a look at it, anyway.
You could try to install IE8, but it’s not clear that that would fix the problem. You could try a different browser, but that might just make the problem even worse, since IE8 is notoriously slow. Or, you could try your browser’s settings, but they’re probably not the best ones, seeing as that might have worked before.
I recommend checking out the web-page that displays it to see if it can be fixed. If it cannot, try a different browser, which is what I recommend.
IE does display IE pages but it just doesn’t work, and there are plenty of things that are just a little bit better in other browsers, like Flash.
I haven’t yet tried to run IE on my Windows XP computer (as I don’t have one), but I have seen some people say that it doesn’t display IE pages at all, which in my opinion is silly. It’s not like we’re not in the same boat. I think it’s because we’re using IE, which is a very old browser, and IE doesn’t work on XP.
IE is based on a different browser family than IE 7. While it may not be a full browser, it is still a web browser, and that is something that Microsoft wants us to use for our webpages. Microsoft is trying to keep IE as a browser for personal and business use, and this is one of those things.
I think it would be pretty hilarious if this was a joke. So I guess we can all laugh at it. However, it is sad that people have to go through this pain, because it is for one of the most basic reasons why IE is so horrible.
The problem here is that IE is the only browser that is not fully supported by Microsoft for Windows XP. So, for example, when we are trying to open a PDF file in Word, we run into an issue with the PDF being corrupt and therefore worthless.
Microsoft has said they will try to fix this as soon as possible, but until then, it makes it extremely difficult for us to open PDFs.