I updated my browser through Windows Updates to Internet Explorer 11 and now Google search windows no longer display properly. I get a string of characters on the left side of the screen as soon as I type more than one word into Google’s search dialog box.
I have a Windows 7 ultimate 64bit OS.
Changing the compatibility mode settings as recommended through searching for fixes did not work. I think this fixe probably worked fine for Windows 8
Can I go back to the previous version until the dust settles?
This is driving me crazy and I don't have time to really work it on my own this time.
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