Ubuntu 14.04 comes with the overlay scroll bar – which remains auto-hidden and is only shown when you hover your mouse over the edge of the screen. I personally find it difficult most times to use when I need to quickly move up and down an active screen. To disable this feature and restore the normal Windows-like scroll-bar: Method 1: Using Unity Tweak Tool – If you do not have the Unity Tweak Tool, then install with following command: sudo apt-get install unity-tweak-tool – Launch Unity Tweak Tool Under System, click on Scrolling Under Scrollbars, change from overlay to Legacy Method 2: Via Terminal – Disable the overlay scroll-bar gsettings set com.
This post is a quick guide to disabling the Enhanced Security Configuration setting in Internet Explorer. Note: for security purposes, its not advisable to disable this on a production environment. Steps: – Log onto your Windows Server 2012, click on server manager, then click on Local Server and you will notice on the right side of the screen ‘IE Enhanced Security Configuration‘ is on – On the Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration screen, you will notice that both Administrators and Users are set to ON by default.