Web Browser Settings
Web browsers such as Internet Explorer have many settings you can customize.
Home page :
Deﬁnes which web page the browser opens to by default.
Deﬁnes how many days the browser will keep a record of visited pages.
Deﬁnes the user’s preferred colors for text, page backgrounds, and hyperlinks.
Deﬁnes the user’s preferred fonts for viewing pages.
Deﬁnes the user’s preferred default language for viewing pages.
Deﬁnes settings that enable visual- or hearing-impaired users to access web pages.
Deﬁnes levels of security for different groups of websites, known as zones. By placing sites in zones and then conﬁguring zone settings, users can enable or disable features such as the blocking or acceptance of web pages, or whether web scripts or controls can run automatically, based upon user preference.
Deﬁnes the level of access third-party cookies have to the browser.
Contains various content-related conﬁguration settings, including settings that relate to using content ratings on websites, implementing Internet security certiﬁcates, and the Auto Complete function in web-based forms.
Determines how Internet Explorer will use the computer’s network connections to access Internet content.
Determines which programs Internet Explorer will launch by default when the user clicks links that are associated with other types of Internet content such as email or newsgroups.
Deﬁnes a wide variety of settings including how the browser handles external scripts, whether or not hyperlinks are always underlined, and whether or not videos can be played within web pages.