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How do I enable or disable BrowseNewProccess?
Browse In New Process keeps each window as a separate instance of IE. If you
have it off, IE will use the same instance freeing resources and memory, BUT if
one IE window crashes, they all crash.
Fix for IE 4.x through IE 5.0:
Tools - > Internet Options -> Click the advanced tab, then locate the
option and check it under browsing. Click OK.
Fix for IE 5.01 and above:
Microsoft has removed the feature in the options. It is automatically turned on
if your PC has 32 Megs of RAM or more. If you have less than 32 Megs of RAM it
is turned off by default.
To change it to your liking, click Start -> Run -> Type regedit. Find the
key by this string and change the value accordingly. See KnowlageBase Article Q240928
from more info.
The value should be a "Yes" or "No"
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