Windows 10: Popup asking to allow this website open an app

  1.    12 Apr 2017 #1

    Popup asking to allow this website open an app


    In IE11, a few weeks or so back I started getting the popup below at various websites.
    If select 'allow' it goes to the Windows Store, seems to want to install 'iMusic'





    Checked everything I could think of, ran Malwarebytes. No issues

    Today I did fresh install of Windows 10 Creator Update to resolve an issue with another application. Same issue, get the popup.

    Anyone seen this? And how to prevent it?


    Update, Apr 14, 2017. It appears that only cnn.com and yahoo.com are the only websites that at trying to install/run iMusic
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    Last edited by IRQtheCat; 14 Apr 2017 at 16:34.
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