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Project Spartan will only support Windows 10. Internet Explorer 11 will remain unchanged, which is included on non-mobile versions of Windows 10, to provided the required legacy support in an Enterprise environment. Mobile versions of Windows 10 will only have Project Spartan on them. Devices that run non-mobile versions of Windows 10 will have both ...


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There may be two ways to accomplish this: PortableApps To handle this I prefer to use the "Portable" version. You can set it up in different dirs for as many instances you want. Download here. Profile Manager (I don't know how stable this is) Close all running instances of Firefox In the Run dialog box, type in: firefox.exe -p Follow the prompts on the ...


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I fixed this on my Lenovo Z50 Win 8.1 by setting the Chrome - Windows shortcut property setting > Compatibility > Disable display scaling on high DPI settings Chrome tabs are correct now


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Spartan will run only on Windows 10 (desktop, tablet and smartphones). More information.


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No. It is the next generation browser engine from Microsoft. Initially released for Windows 10 desktop/tablet but should also be released for Windows 10 Mobile. The intent is to eventually remove Internet Explorer with its Trident engine. However, this wont happen for a number of years since Trident supports a lot of backwards compatibility that Spartan ...


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Typically ctrl + scroll wheel would work, but in your case as explained on Lifehacker: In order to zoom in, you just press control (Windows) or command (Mac) and the + key. (Technically you're pressing the = key because you'd need to press shift to make a plus, but thinking of it as the + key makes more sense since it's zooming you in.) To zoom ...


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Shift+drag the tab instead (simple drag-and-drop creates pinned site shortcuts instead of internet shortcuts). File menu (press Alt if it's not visible) > Send > Shortcut to desktop. Right-click the page > Create Shortcut.


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The website is using Geo-tags on the IP addresses to choose which site layout to provide. It's on their end. You may be out of luck unless you contact their support.


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+1 for Bibhas answer (try searching with eg links www.duckduckgo.com :/ ). Surfraw can automatize that. It provides a fast unix command line interface to a variety of popular WWW search engines and other artifacts of power: Surfraw uses your prefered text or graphical browser to display the result. This can be customized via ~/.surfraw.conf (XDG's ...


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It's more of a networking thing so without access to the network configuration I'd say you should look at some parental control software. You'd just black list everything and set the warning redirect page to the site you want, not black listed of course.


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Safari Extensions are in: per-user: ~/Library/Safari/Extensions General "Netscape API" browser plug-ins are in: per user: ~/Library/Internet\ Plug-ins/ and system-wide: /Library/Internet\ Plug-ins/ Honestly, the problem with localized strings not found seems like corruption or a missing file within the Safari.app bundle. Like maybe a missing or corrupt ...


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There are three ways to beat this: Only go to the https: version of the website. There are browser add ons that help you do this (e.g. HTTPS EveryWhere). This won't help you if the sites only have a http: version. Use a Virtual Private Network. There are many VPN providers available, probably some free ones as well. (More difficult) Trace the domain names ...



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