Despite its declining popularity, Microsoft Internet Explorer remains an important web browser with many corporate users. However, Internet Explorer 10 seems to suffer from the same GDI leaks as Internet Explorer 9, causing pages to stop displaying properly or not at all. This is less of a problem with Internet Explorer 10, usually happens after days of use, but it's still there.
Well, we cannot actually fix the GDI leak in Internet Explorer. That's Microsoft's job. But we can workaround the problem, and extend the "quota" on GDI objects, so that Internet Explorer won't face these display issues. Just follow these steps...
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