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script errors

I upgraded an Asus notebook and a HP Pavilion desktop to windows 10. both now have constant script errors on every page I visit. I went on internet options and tried every possibility of checking/unchecking browsing settings to no avail.
Is there a fix for this? Both are on IE.

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(NT) IE is full of bugs. Get Firefox or Chrome.
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IE and script errors have so many prior discussions.

IE reports those errors. In the past I would check a site at W3C and sure enough the web site had errors.

Now is that a fault of IE to tell you or is the site supposed to put up good code?

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