Disable JavaScript in Chrome, Firefox, Opera and Internet Explorer browsers

Do you want to disable JavaScript in Firefox, Chrome, Opera and Internet Explorer browsers? then follow this guide. For security reasons, if you want to disable JavaScript in popular browsers, this article explains how to do it step by step in detail.

To disable JavaScript in Internet Explorer 8.9

1. Open Internet Explorer, in the Tools menu select Internet Options

2. Click on the Security tab and then on “Custom Level”

3. Scroll down to the bottom and select the “disable” button for “active scripts”

4. And click OK to save the changes.

Disabling JavaScript in Firefox

1. Open Firefox browser, tab Options>Content

2. Uncheck or remove the checkmark for “Enable JavaScript”,

Firefox Contents Tab

3. Click OK to save changes.

To disable JavaScript in the Google Chrome browser

1. From the Chrome menu, select Settings, click “show advanced settings”

2. Click Content Settings under Privacy

3. Scroll down to JavaScript and select “Do not allow any sites to run JavaScript”

4. Click “Done” to save the changes in the browser.

JavaScript section in Chorme Content Settings

Disable JavaScript in Opera

1. Open Opera browser, press Ctrl + F12 to open your Preferences

2. Click the Advanced tab, select Content and uncheck “enable JavaScript”

3. Click the OK button.

JavaScript Options in Opera Browser

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