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benrob911

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I am using windows 7 (64) ultimate with IE 9 and when I look up something online using google and I have the options of web images maps videos and so on I choose images but when I find an image I like I click on it now here is my problem starts..... a large grey bar takes up about 1/3 of the screen and gives me the option to visit the page view origional image image details if i click one one of these yes it works but I have never had to do this before and I hate it how can I change back to see a picture..... click on it and view it like before ???

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please help !!!

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It is a new feature or effect added by google to view their images, I am also facing that. It can't be changed, as far as my knowledge.
 

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it is Google's idea of an improvement that is supposed to help cut down on dodgy images infecting users
 
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