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DisableOOBAccelerators (Standard 8 Module Reference)


Review the applicable Feature modules and any examples for the DisableOOBAccelerators setting in Windows Embedded 8 Standard (Standard 8).

This setting specifies whether the default Internet Explorer Accelerators are available.

Set to true to disable the Accelerators; otherwise, set to false.

Accelerators are menu items in Internet Explorer that help automate common browser-related tasks. In Internet Explorer, if you right-click on text or select text with the pointer, a shortcut menu appears that includes Accelerators in the list of items. For example, if you select an address, you can use an Accelerator to show a map of that address.

Examples of the default Internet Explorer Accelerators include Blog with Windows Live, Define with Encarta, E-mail with Windows Live, and Map with Live Search.

The following table shows the modules that you can apply this setting to. In Image Configuration Editor (ICE), you can follow the corresponding path to set this setting for a module.



Internet Explorer 10

Features/User Applications/Internet Explorer 10/DisableOOBAccelerators

This example shows how to disable the Accelerators.

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