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This question is not about my own computer, but a shared computer that I sometimes manage. It seems one of the users changed some setting so now every webpage you visit looks just plain wrong. I've included a screenshot here of the Google homepage, but it's doing this kind of thing with any and every website I visit.

Not loading stylesheets properly

As you can see, everything looks really "boxy"; it's got borders where it shouldn't, and so on. Does anyone know what this user might have done to have caused this change in IE? And what I need to do in order to change things back? Thanks very much!

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Can you list any add-ons that are installed in the browser? –  Breakthrough Jul 8 '11 at 2:03

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I could find nothing that allowed me to reproduce this behavior, nor have I ever seen that happen before. I would try opening IE with no add-ons (usually in Start>Accessories>System Tools), and if that does not work, I would consider going to Tools>Internet Options>Advanced>Reset and doing that.

I am not even sure that it is just a browser setting, but the latter option will probably tell you for sure.

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Doing the Reset fixed it. First I tried opening it in "No Addons' mode, but that didn't solve anything. But then I tried your suggestion of resetting it to the default settings, and that did the trick. Thanks! –  SoaperGEM Jul 10 '11 at 1:37
    
@SoaperGEM I am glad that worked. That can fix a lot of things, but I have no idea how it started in the first place. At least you are better now. Thank you very much for marking the answer. I greatly appreciate it. –  KCotreau Jul 10 '11 at 1:38

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