How can I set browser title for IE9?
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I am logged in as Administrator (and only user of my PC). I am trying to set Browser Title from group policy editor in Windows Settings under User Configuration and opened Browser User Interface to find Browser Setting, but the apply button is dimmed here. Can’t figure out why?



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Answers (9)
  • dhanunjayarao chunduri

    To Add a Custom Internet Explorer Window Title

    Using Registry Editor, add a String value named Window Title to the following key in the registry:
    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main
    The data value is the title you want to appear on the Internet Explorer window.

    NOTE: In Windows NT, the value should be of type REG_SZ instead of String.
    To Remove a Custom Internet Explorer Window Title

    Using Registry Editor, delete the following value in the registry:
    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main\Window Title
    When you delete this value, “Microsoft Internet Explorer” becomes the default window title.

  • Gutha Gowtham

    You can alternatively set it using Registry Editor.

    Go to.

    HKEY_USERS\S-1-5-21-511046055-2504618594-3414916567-1001\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main\

    There, create new String value.

    set Title to ‘Window Title’ without ”
    value – it is your wish.

    http://java-demos.blogspot.com

  • Suman Acharya

    Do you guys know about gpedit? group policy editing is what i am talking here. it should work in every theme not only in windows classic. Browser title can be set as “windows explorer presented by Suman”.
    problem is dimmed Apply button while using gpedit to enable browser title?

    • ha14

      perhaps microsoft prevent this feature.

      To get the title bar back in IE9, is right click in an empty space (lbelow the Home, Star…) and select “Show tabs on a separate row”.

  • Bodi Hemanth

    How to Change the Internet Explorer Window Title
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/176497
    How to Fix The Blank Title Bar in Internet Explorer 9
    http://pctechnotes.com/how-to-fix-the-blank-title-bar-in-internet-explorer-9/
    “Well, if you want to restore the old title bar in Internet Explorer 9 just follow the steps below to restore the Classic Theme in Vista or Windows 7 and fix the missing title bar in IE9.
    1) Right click anywhere in a blank area on your Windows desktop
    2) Click on Personalize
    3) Click on Theme Change the Theme to Windows Classic and click OK
    4) Open your Internet Explorer 9 and your title bar should now be visible with “the title of the web page showing at the top of the screen.”
    *I haven’t tried it but comments lead me to believe it works.

  • Alan Wade

    Microsoft done away with the titlebar in I.E.9
    You can get it working with the help of hacks and theme changing or you could just switch your browser to another one.

  • ha14

    How to Change the Internet Explorer Window Title
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/176497

    How to Fix The Blank Title Bar in Internet Explorer 9
    http://pctechnotes.com/how-to-fix-the-blank-title-bar-in-internet-explorer-9/
    “Well, if you want to restore the old title bar in Internet Explorer 9 just follow the steps below to restore the Classic Theme in Vista or Windows 7 and fix the missing title bar in IE9.
    1) Right click anywhere in a blank area on your Windows desktop
    2) Click on Personalize
    3) Click on Theme Change the Theme to Windows Classic and click OK
    4) Open your Internet Explorer 9 and your title bar should now be visible with “the title of the web page showing at the top of the screen.”

  • Drew Butler

    Here is one method. *I haven’t tried it but comments lead me to believe it works. http://sharepointfrank.wordpress.com/2011/03/26/ie9-how-to-enable-title-bar-display/

    Good Luck:)

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