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Windows 10 - IE 11 - view source code of web page - don't want Developer Tools to open.

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Can't work out how to disable Developer Tools from opening up when I view source code.
I just want to view the source code of a page.

Same issue as here:
http://superuser.com/questions/1047618/how-to-view-source-in-ie-in-separate-window 

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You can press Ctrl P and get the Developer tools in a separate Window, but that is where the source is, after all.
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That's something which came with W10 (can't remember about 8), as IE 11 on W7 does not behave that way. It is as posted in that link: You need to supply a different HTML editor, or use 3rd-party extensions.
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