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Suppress "Windows Internet Explorer" text in IE

Posted on 2012-08-17
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In code behind I have
Page.Title = "My Application Title"

Shows up fine, with "Windows Internet Explorer" afterwards.

Any way to suppress the Windows part?
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I'm afraid not. Internet Explorer has no way of removing "Windows Internet Explorer" from the application title.
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There is a registry hack but obviously you can not change that from your website.
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Thanks folks
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