A user agent is a computer program representing a person, for example, a browser in a Web context.
Besides a browser, a user agent could be a bot scraping webpages, a download manager, or another app accessing the Web. Along with each request they make to the server, browsers include a self-identifying User-Agent HTTP header called a user agent (UA) string. This string often identifies the browser, its version number, and its host operating system.
Spam bots, download managers, and some browsers often send a fake UA string to announce themselves as a different client. This is known as user agent spoofing.
A typical user agent string looks like this: "Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Ubuntu; Linux x86_64; rv:35.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/35.0".
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Other sites, such as Vodafone Greece, are even worse by denying to load at all unless I open them in another browser such as Firefox. I want to use Internet Explorer 11 instead, so I tried to open the Developer settings and change the user agent in Firefox or Chrome, but apparently I did not do that correctly, all the affected sites still detect I run IE 11.
Have you tried using the string below -other examples are shown on the following page (you can even try the Linux version) Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; WOW64; RV:54.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/73.0 Other sites, such as Vodafone Greece, are even worse by denying to load at all unless I open them in another browser such as Firefox.
I want to use Internet Explorer 11 instead, so I tried to open the Developer settings and change the user agent in Firefox or Chrome, but apparently I did not do that correctly, all the affected sites still detect I run IE 11. User agent changes successfully but cannot trick Vodafone or YouTube.
The thing is, Apple introduced its own proprietary browser known as Safari back in 2003 and Microsoft decided to end its development for Mac shortly after that. This implies that you can't natively launch Internet Explorer on your Mac.
Run Internet Explorer in Mac with VirtualBox (free) Though using a Virtual Machine to install Internet Explorer on Mac is not an easy fête, it is available for anyone who feels it is the most practical technique.
To get started, you will have to download VirtualBox and Windows 10 ISO File. Under the “Installation Method” menu, click on “Create a new custom virtual machine”.
Two of them will come in handy if you are looking to use Internet Explorer on Mac or view non-cooperating sites. Show Develop menu in Safariing you've done that, you will have the freedom to access Safari Developer tools with which you can empty caches, inspect websites and most importantly simulate other sites and in this case, Internet Explorer.
Sergeant with Together webpage will then automatically refresh and be displayed in such a way that it would appear on Internet Explorer. Once you are done, don't forget to switch back to the default browser unless you want every page to display via IE.
Microsoft 365 apps and services will not support Internet Explorer 11 starting August 17, 2021 (Microsoft Teams will not support Internet Explorer 11 earlier, starting November 30, 2020). Internet Explorer 11 is a component of the Windows operating system and follows the Lifecycle Policy for the product on which it is installed.
Find out how to achieve better backward compatibility for your legacy web applications with the Enterprise Mode Site List. Enterprise Mode for Internet Explorer 11 can be very effective in providing backward compatibility for older web apps.
Sites in the
Compatibility View, first introduced with Internet Explorer 8, is basically a switch. If a webpage has no Type, that page will be rendered in Internet Explorer 5 mode.
You can effectively get Compatibility View by specifying Internet Explorer 7 in the
Sites without a Type in zones other than Intranet will default to Me (or “interoperable quirks”) rather than Internet Explorer 5 Quirks and may need to be set to Internet Explorer 5 mode. Some sites may need to be added to both Enterprise Mode and Compatibility View to work.
Enable the Let users turn on and use Enterprise Mode from the Tools' menu policy locally on your machine. Navigate to Computer Configuration > Administrative Template > Windows Components > Internet Explorer.
Enable the Let users turn on and use Enterprise Mode from the Tools' menu Group Policy setting. Alternately, you can use a reg key; see Turn on local control and logging for Enterprise Mode for more information.
Restart Internet Explorer 11 and open the site you're testing, then go to Emulation tab in the F12 Developer Tools and select Enterprise from the Browser profile dropdown. Go to the Tools menu, select Compatibility View Settings, and add the site to the list.
Go to Emulation tab in the F12 Developer Tools and select Enterprise from the Browser profile dropdown. We recommend that enterprise customers focus their new development on established, modern web standards for better performance and interoperability across devices, and avoid developing sites in older Internet Explorer document modes.
We often hear that, due to fact that the Intranet zone defaults to Compatibility View, web developers inadvertently create new sites in the Internet Explorer 7 or Internet Explorer 5 modes in the Intranet zone, depending on whether they used a Type. As you move your web apps to modern standards, you can enable the Turn on Internet Explorer Standards Mode for local intranet Group Policy setting and add those sites that need Internet Explorer 5 or Internet Explorer 7 modes to the Site List.
One workaround is to use the UserAgentString Utility referenced in Microsoft KB Article 923196. You could also directly modify the registry of the machine that you are on to always report IE6, however remember that there is an administrative overhead associated with this.
Have you tried Microsoft Edge as the User Agent ? Try 'Other” at the bottom of the pop-up, enter the user agent string and “OK”.
I have searched the Web and find all sorts for Chrome etc but I cannot find a string to paste for IE of any version to run on Safari 13 I couldn't find Safari 13 specific IE useragentstring either.
There was a IE extension that used to be free on chrome as well and now they want to charge u for it. I usually use the developer tab but my computer auto updated itself to 13.0.3 and not IE is gone ...
There has not been an Internet Explorer version for Mac in 16 years. There is no userAgentString that would Identify a current Internet Explorer version on a Mac.
This will work for the agent string : Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSI 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0) Unfortunately, you have to do this step each time you want to use the in question website.