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IE 10-11 Compatibility view on Windows 7

Posted on 2014-04-11
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Is it possible to create shortcut on the desktop so one session is running compatibility and another not...I guess it's impossible because I did not find anything on website but this question is for verification.
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by:Thomas Zucker-Scharff
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in compatibility view options just add the site in question to the list and if it is open it will run in compatibility view.
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by:jcimarron
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mirekg--
Your question implies that sometimes you want to run Compatibility View for all sites.  That is not recommended by MS.  Most sites now use up-to-date coding standards and do not need to be run in Compatibility View.  However, you can run one or more specific sites in Compatibility View by adding them to the list as suggested by Thomas Zucker-Scharff above.  IE Tools|Compatibility View settings.

Are you aware of the settings in Developer Tools to run sites in the coding standards of earlier versions of IE?
http://www.sitepoint.com/ie11-browser-modes-return/
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by:mirekg
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I'm aware of that..I should formulate the question how to run IE 11 session with compatibility view and other not.We have one application which does not work in compatibility view..I guess it's not possible...If intranet site is not flagged in Compatibility View than any other site should run correctly isn't it...?? (Display intranet sites in Compatibility View-is not "flagged").
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mirekg--
"I guess it's not possible..."
I suspect you are correct.
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