The “This website needs Internet Explorer” Message

As you probably know by know, Microsoft Edge is now the default Browser on Windows 10, but IE11 can still be used.  While using the Microsoft Edge browser I’ve noticed that now and then when opening a website, the following message is displayed.   So where does this message come from, and how does Microsoft Edge know that the page works best in Internet Explorer? For Enterprise users Microsoft has extended the functiionality of the Read More …

Group Policy Settings for Microsoft Edge Browser in Windows 10 Build 10.0.10240

Continuing exploring the Windows 10 preview builds for new Group Policy settings, I come across some new settings for the Microsoft Edge browser.   Location Setting Description Computer Configuration / Administrative Templates / Windows Components / Microsoft Edge Allows you to run scripts like Javascript This setting lets you decide whether to let people run scripts, like JavaScript. This setting is enabled by default. If you enable this setting, scripting is turned on for all Read More …