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Enabling Internet Explorer Mode in Edge Chromium



The new Chromium based Microsoft Edge browser was recently released. One of the legacy features supported by the new Edge (as with the old Edge) is for Internet Explorer compatibility mode. As much as I hate Internet Explorer I frequently have a need to use it for testing local Web Browser control content as well a number of legacy customer sites that rely on plugins and IE specific features. Here's how to enable this functionality as it's not available by default currently.
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