How to upgrade to a javascript capable browser?


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Hey there, for all you know, your browser might already be enabled with JavaScript. That is because all browsers are already enabled with it since a few years ago. So unless you are using something like Internet Explorer 2 or something like that, the JavaScript is actually off.Turning it on differs between browsers, but it should be in Internet Options or something like that. It's normally in the form of a checkbox, so you just have to check (uncheck) it to enable JavaScript.

If, after checking, you still are unable to find it or you really are using an old browser, then you might want to download another browser. [Please remember not to uninstall your only browser or you'll be damned] Personally, I would recommend Google Chrome. If you were to check on the internet, Chrome is actually is better than IE.

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