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Customers who use older or beta browser versions or other browsers may experience visual or functional difficulties with some pages.
*We don’t specify additional version levels for Firefox, Chrome or Internet Explorer 9 and above. These browsers use automatic updates, which means updates may occur rapidly and un-announced. However, these browsers all are based on current W3C guidelines and specifications and pass the stringent ACID tests for browser compliance.
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How to disable IE compatibility view
Internet Explorer has a compatibility view, a feature that affects how some websites are displayed, like aa.com. To make sure that aa.com works properly, remove aa.com from your list of sites that have compatibility view enabled.
For IE9 and IE10 users:
If your Windows computer is administered by your organization, you may not be able to access compatibility view settings or remove aa.com from the list of affected domains. Please contact your administrator or helpdesk as they may have used a Windows group policy setting to set this parameter for you.