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internet explorerInternet Explorer 7 and 8 is set by default to resize big images and pictures in order to fit them inside the browser window. If you don’t like this behaviour and you want to see the original size of every picture you brwsoe in the Internet, here is a quick trick to disable such a feature.

  1. On Internet Explorer, click on Tool in the toolbar.
  2. Click Internet Options.
  3. Click the Advanced tab.
  4. Scroll the Setting option down till you reach Multimedia.
  5. Under multimedia, unthick Enable automatic image resizing.
  6. Click OK for the chage to take effect.




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One Comment to “How to disable automatic image resizing in Internet Explorer 7 and 8”

  1. Kenmoto Says:

    The automatic image resizing cannot be disabled this way in my copy of IE8. The checkbox doesn’t exist in advanced Internet options.

    Sad thing is I upgraded after doing a windows re-install so there is no IE7 on my machine. I went from 6 to 8. Now I can’t get back to 7.

    Looks like it’s firefox all the way now.


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