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Internet Explorer

Internet Explorer version 6, the browser included in Windows XP, provides powerful and easy-to-use Web navigation features. Striking a balance between easy Web surfing and system security requires that you understand how vulnerable IE's default settings can make your system and how you can adjust them. From Autocomplete forms to cookie management, IE's convenience features often need adjusting to properly safeguard your system's contents.

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The changes you make to Internet Explorer's settings apply to the current user only; each user of a computer can make changes to the IE settings unless the Administrator of the computer or network uses the group policy tool, GPEDIT.MSC, to create a group policy that sets security zones and content rating settings for all users.



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