Microsoft has made the latest version of Internet Explorer available. Honestly, the Internet Explorer 10 was pretty good and can really compete with the leading browsers today. But there’s a simple issue and a lot of people notice something after upgrading to MSIE 10.
There is a black bar on the right side of the browser. It is located next to the scroll bar. Due to this issue, the cursor of the mouse is also a bit misaligned making it so hard to use. And the worst thing here, it sometimes leads to “blue screen of death.” This bug is caused by some issues with the graphics card. How do we fix this IE 10 on Windows 7 error?
First, here is the situation. Below is a screenshot of what’s happening:
|Internet Explorer 10 Black bar on the right side after the scrollbar|
Here is the solution. I added some screenshots for you to follow.
1. Open your Internet Explorer 10 and click the “gear icon” on the top right of the browser.
2. Click on the Internet Options. (A new window will appear. See next step.)
3. From the tabs on the top, select Advanced.
4. Under the “Accelerated graphics” heading, CHECK the “Use software rendering instead of GPU rendering*.” Then click the OK button below to save your changes.
5. Close your Internet Explorer 10 browser and open it again. (In short, restart it.) You will see that the black bar problem is now gone.
That’s it! If you find this solution helpful, please share it to others.