Your Windows 7 operating system attempts to keep your system free from danger, such as malicious code or programs. One of the ways it accomplishes this is through requiring a digital signature from software when it is downloaded onto your system. This requirement may inhibit you from downloading some software. Fortunately, you can disable the digital signature verification in a few short minutes.
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Launch Internet Explorer 8.
Click "Tools" in the main menu bar. Scroll down and click "Internet Properties," and then click the "Advanced" tab.
Remove the check mark next to "Check for Signatures on Downloaded Programs" under "Security." Click the "OK" button. Restart your browser.
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