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29th April 2014, 03:11 AM |#41  
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is there any way to have IE just open full web pages and not the piss poor mobile sites?

really grinding my gears now

In IE settings under Mobile Preference choose Desktop just like in WP8 although some websites seem to default to mobile and some give you an option to choose full site somewhere at the bottom of the page.
 
 
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In IE settings under Mobile Preference choose Desktop just like in WP8 although some websites seem to default to mobile and some give you an option to choose full site somewhere at the bottom of the page.

iv already got it set to desktop i know the last vesion of IE was a bit glitchy but at least you could view ALL full web pages... this addition is just ****
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I'm also trying to figure this one out.
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ı hope they'll fix IE bugs.
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I dont do any thing stil have
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