Internet explorer is the web browser that comes along with the Microsoft operating system. New editions of internet explorer come programmed with more security features that is proficient enough to inform you about various malicious contents on a web page. In fact it was the only browser in the world that had a warning alert feature enabled in it before others started mimicking it. However, this feature more often turns out to be annoying to certain Windows 7 users. Actually turning off this feature won’t be that dangerous as many imagine. Go through the following instructions developed by the Windows 7 help and support center.
• Bring on the startup menu by accessing the "Start" tab placed on your Windows 7 desktop.
• From the startup menu, access the "All Programs" tab.
• Now pick out the "Internet Explorer" icon from the all programs menu.
• Hold down the "Alt" key on your keyboard to bring on the menu bar.
• From the "Tools" tab, go to the "Internet Options" tab.
• Now pick out the "Security" tab and then move towards the "Custom Level" option.
• Opt for the "Enable" tab that is placed adjacent to "Allow Previously Unused ActiveX Controls to Run Without Prompt" Title.
• Go for the "Enable" tab that is placed adjacent to "Download Signed ActiveX Controls" title.
• Hit on the "Disable" tab that is placed adjacent to "Only Allow Approved Domains to Use ActiveX without Prompt" title.
• Go for the "Enable" tab that is placed adjacent to "Don't Prompt for Client Certificate Selection When Only One Certificate Exists" title.
• Now tag along the "Enable" tab that is placed adjacent to "Launching Applications and Unsafe Files" tab.
• Avail the "Enable" option that is placed adjacent to "Launching Programs and Files in an IFRAME" option.
• Pick out the "Enable" and go to "Allow Programmatic Clipboard Access" tab.
• Trigger the "OK" tab to imply the changes made.
• Now open up the "Advanced" tab.
• Remove the check mark on "Notify When Downloads Complete" tab.
• Remove the check mark on "Show Friendly HTTP Error Messages" tab.
• Remove the check mark on "Warn about Certificate Address Mismatch" tab.
• Remove the check mark on "Warn if POST Submittal Is redirected to a Zone That Does Not Permit Posts" tab.
• Hit on "OK" tab and launch Internet Explorer again to reflect the changes made.
With these, those irritating popup messages would have been blocked. If the warning alerts still persist on your internet explorer, contact the windows 7 help and support panel.