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Old 25-02-2009
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IE8 under Windows 7 ?

I think IE8 is native on Windows 7, is that right?

when you open an IE page, you have 1 or 2 iexplore.exe process?

I'm trying to test it but on Vista and what I find strange is when I open a web page I find myself with 2 iexplore.exe process

Is this normal with IE8 or it's because of Windows 7 or is it just on Vista?
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Re: IE8 under Windows 7 ?

Microsoft recognized the perfection of its software, a change of heart for IE, and put a process by page, like this, when it crashes you lose the page planted
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Re: IE8 under Windows 7 ?

yes that is what I understood but the process can serve 2 What then?
actually open IE page 1 => 2 process (pages 2 => 3, etc ...)

in IE7, without the system tab, but also a process by open page
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Re: IE8 under Windows 7 ?

You open the google page. Next to the box or you write your search, you click on the "preferences".

A page opens, you go to the bottom of this page and you click on:

Search suggestions: "Do not provide query suggestions in the search box."

Then you click on Save Preferences.
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Re: IE8 under Windows 7 ?

Thank you, but I was talking about IE8 and not Google.
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Re: IE8 under Windows 7 ?

ok then, go to Internet Options / Content / semi automatic
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