Internet Explorer's Active Scripting is responsible for popup windows, scrolling status bar text, security holes, and other annoyances. Unfortunately, some websites require this technology for basic navigation, so permanently disabling Active Scripting is an impractical solution.
The "Enable/Disable Active Scripting" option is normally buried deep in the Windows Control Panel, and changing it repeatedly is a bothersome task. Sparkleware's handy little tool makes disabling and enabling Active Scripting easy! With a single click or keypress, you can:
- Check the state of Active Scripting in four different security zones
- Reload all Internet Explorer windows, with Active Scripting disabled or enabled
- Toggle picture display within Microsoft Outlook and Internet Explorer
- Close all Internet Explorer windows ("panic button")