Is Internet Explorer disabled by an Administrator? Depending on the corporation you work for, your level of Internet access can vary from completely blocked to full access. One common restriction that many corporations place on computers is disabling Internet Explorer.
This basically prevents you from opening Internet Explorer at all and just gives you a message that it has been disabled by an Administrator. On top of that, if you try to install a different browser, such as Firefox, Safari, etc, you might not have install privileges.
So is there any way to bypass this if Internet Explorer is disabled on your computer? Yes! It’s actually a pretty sneaky way to use Internet Explorer without ever opening it! Here’s how.
The workaround for this problem is to use Windows Help Files. Yes, oddly enough, you can use the help files that are available in most Windows applications to surf the web without using Internet Explorer directly.
First, let’s open up a Windows application like Notepad or Wordpad or MS Paint. Then go to Help and click on Help Topics or press F1 to bring up the Help section.
Now in the Help section, right-click anywhere on the main window bar (the blue bar) and click on Jump to URL.
A new window pops up and there is a line for you to enter in a URL of a website you would like to view. Go ahead and type in any website that you want to visit! Remember to type in the full URL, like http://www.online-tech-tips.com, not just www.abc.com.
Go ahead and click OK and you’re now browsing the web again inside of the Help window! Sweet eh!
Note that this only solves the problem of Internet Explorer being disabled on your computer. It does not mean that the company does not have other security measures in place like proxy servers or a firewall that could prevent browsing of the Internet.
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