Enable Secure Browsing in Kaspersky Total Security
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- 7They are "Microsoft Internet Explorer sending of error reports is enabled" and "Microsoft Internet Explorer home page has been changed". Not all of these actions will affect every browser. For instance, "Microsoft Internet Explorer home page has been changed" will only affect Microsoft Internet Explorer. The caching of data, however, can apply to other browsers such as Google Chrome.You can check additional actions.
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