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IE 6 pops up, annoying

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by WhiskeyJoe, Oct 13, 2008.

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  1. WhiskeyJoe

    WhiskeyJoe Thread Starter

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    Howdy folks. I'm currently stuck with IE 6 at work (trust me, i tried getting it changed, aint gonna happen). Whenever IE6 finishes loading something, windows selects the window, makes it come up to the foreground, even if it was loading into the background. This is really annoying because I often log into multiple things or use several windows at once, and i have to click back to the one i need every time something loads. Is there some way to disable this in IE6? Again, I cant upgrade, company machine.
     
  2. Dan O

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    Being it is a company PC they most likely have it locked down with Windows policy, which you cannot undo. Sorry
     
  3. WhiskeyJoe

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    well, if it werent terribly locked, would it be possible to change this behavior? I just want to know where to look.
     
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