Windows 10: Disable/remove Do you want to view _ in full screen? Notification bar
Disable/remove Do you want to view _ in full screen? Notification bar
Does anyone know how to Disable/remove Do you want to view _ in full screen? Notification bar when viewing video in full screen in IE 11 for all websites?
As annoying as it is, you can't in Internet Explorer.
All you can do is select 'Always Allow' full screen for individual websites, however when you clear your browsing history it will reset that setting because the settings for it are stored under the 'History' (list of websites you have visited) section.
Microsoft Edge can remember this setting separately so that when you delete your browsing history your full screen permissions aren't also reset, but obviously that's of little help for those who prefer using Internet Explorer to Edge at the moment. And it's still not an 'all websites' setting, you still get a dialogue box for individual websites, it's just possible to remember your setting now.
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I activated the ctrl alt disable login screen for Windows 10 by using this registry key from this forum.(Lock Screen - Enable or Disable in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums).
I downloaded and installed the key to disable only...
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