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On Microsoft's Internet Explorer, follow these steps:

On the menu, click on "Tools"

On the drop-down menu that just popped up, click on "Internet Options..."
In the Internet Options window that just popped up, click on the "Privacy" tab...
Slide the slider down to no higher than "Medium High"