Enabling JavaScript within Internet Browsers

This page will guide you through the steps of how to enable JavaScript within your internet browser. Most of Norton's digital products require JavaScript to be enabled to function properly. Click on the link below that matches the operating system and internet browser you are using to view customized instructions on how to enable JavaScript.

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Windows/Internet Explorer

Click on the gear icon in the upper-right corner of the window and select Internet options from the menu.

Select the Security tab and click the Custom level... button.

Scroll down until you locate the Scripting section and click the Enable bubble under the Active scripting heading.

Windows/Microsoft Edge

JavaScript is enabled by default in the Microsoft Edge browser when using Windows.

Windows/Chrome

Click on the menu icon in the upper-right corner of the window and select Settings from the menu.

Scroll down and click on the Advanced link near the bottom of the window.

Scroll down and click on the Content settings section.

Click on the JavaScript section.

Make sure the switch is turned on (the switch is on the right side of the bar and the bar is blue, not grey).

Windows/Firefox

JavaScript is enabled by default in the Firefox browser when using Windows.

Windows/Opera

Click on the Opera menu in the upper-left corner of the window and select Settings from the menu.

Select the Websites section, locate the JavaScript heading, and make sure Allow all sites to run JavaScript (recommended) is selected.

Mac/Safari

Click on the Safari menu in the upper-left corner of the screen and select Preferences from the menu.

Select the Security tab and make sure the box to the left of Enable JavaScript is checked.

Mac/Chrome

Click on the menu icon in the upper-right corner of the window and select Settings from the menu.

Scroll down and click on the Advanced link near the bottom of the window.

Scroll down and click on the Content settings section.

Click on the JavaScript section.

Make sure it reads Allowed (recommended) and the switch is turned on (the switch is on the right side of the bar and the bar is blue, not grey).

Mac/Firefox

JavaScript is enabled by default in the Firefox browser when using macOS.

Mac/Opera

Click on the Opera menu in the upper-left corner of the screen and select Preferences from the menu.

Select the Websites section, locate the JavaScript heading, and make sure Allow all sites to run JavaScript (recommended) is selected.

iOS/Safari

Open the Settings app.

Select Safari from the list on the left and tap on the Advanced link in the list on the right.

Make sure the switch to the right of JavaScript is turned on (the circle is on the right side of the bar and the bar is green, not white).

Android/Chrome

Tap on the menu icon in the upper-right corner of the screen.

Tap on the Settings link in the menu.

Under the Advanced heading, tap on the Site settings link.

Locate and tap on the JavaScript link.

Make sure the switch is turned on (the switch is on the right side of the bar and the bar is blue, not grey).

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