Windows Vista HELP needed.

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  1. CupcakeKiller702

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    Hey anyone out there in forumville who can help me. I am currently running Windows Vista on my PC. Whenever I surf, and open various websites, I keep getting nag screens about secure content at the bottom of my windows. CAN SOMEONE PLEASE tell me how to disable these, and turn these nags off? I can't find where to do it, and it's driving me crazy! Here is what it looks like. I hate this!
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    #1 CupcakeKiller702, Sep 5, 2011
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    I'm trying to identify the browser that you're using. Is this IE? I don't get this problem with Firefox at all.

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    Yes! It is with IE. It is always at the very bottom of that page. I just would like to disable it.
     
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    Thanks, Bob!!

    Much appreciated..

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    You are welcome.
     
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    I believe that did the trick! Thank you for the research on it. It was making me crazy!
     
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    Thats the new stuff on IE9... its a real pain.
     
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    You're not kidding. Sometimes more is not better. When I was using the Beta version, it screwed up my computer and kept cashing it. Firefox is SO much better.
     
    #9 CupcakeKiller702, Sep 11, 2011
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