Disable all options under Accessibility in Internet Explorer.

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This setting allows you to disable all options under Accessibility in General tab of Internet Options dialog in Internet Explorer.
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Description:
Accessibility feature in internet explorer can turn off default font settings so that internet explorer can display your own preferences for font colors, style and sizes for display of web pages. This feature is found in general tab of internet options dialog box. But, if you want to disable this options to ignore and prefer to use the colors and font of a webpage, apply this registry setting. For this, go to start > run, enter regedit and navigate to the registry path listed below. You can create a dword value accessibility, if this value does not exist. Now, right-click and modify the value to 1 which can disable accessibility options. However, if you want to enable the options back, change the value data to 0 or delete the value. The changes take effect after a restart or logoff. When editing the registry it is highly recommended to run a quick scan for optimization, you can test your system now for free.




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First, click the Start button, and select Run. In the resulting dialog box, type "regedit".
Second, go to <b>[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Policies\Microsoft\] </b>and create a new key "Internet Explorer".
Third, create a subkey "Control Panel" under "Internet Explorer".
Fourth, create a DWORD value "Accessibility".
Now,right-click on "Accessibility" and select 'Modify'.
Finally, set the 'Value Data' to 1in the textbox provided and click on 'OK'.


Registry Entries

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  • Path: [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Control Panel\]
  • Location: Current User
  • Value Name: Accessibility
  • Data Type: DWORD (DWORD Value)
  • Enabled Value: 1
  • Disabled Value: 0
  • Action Type: Add an Entry


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