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Speed up browsing by disabling addon keeps popping  when IE is opened - How to stop this popup through GPO

Posted on 2016-10-26
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We use windows 2012 DC and windows 7 clients on our network. When a user opens the internet explorer, they get a  popup below the web page  which says. Speed up browsing by disabling add-ons. Please see the snapshot attached.

If I click Choose add-ons, it takes to a Choose Add-ons window and gives me and option to-  Enable all and sometimes to disable all. Sometimes the users click disable these add-ons and one of the program don’t work.

So I have asked users to click either done \Enable all and when done is clicked and the IE is opened again, it doesn’t prompt for the addon window for the same user

But if a different user log into the same PC, the addon windows prompts again.
Please is there a way to add this addons \enable this addon through group policy.

Any help to sort this would be really great. Please post me tutorials

Thanks in advance
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Question by:lianne143
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Try this policy
User Configuration, Administrative Templates, Windows Components, Internet Explorer
Turn off add-on performance notifications = Enabled
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