We released our second Fix it Knowledge Base (KB) article. The Fix it disables Internet Explorer Script Debugging as described in KB 822521.
Technical details about this Microsoft Fix it solution
Name: Microsoft Fix it 50043
Old Name: Disable Internet Explorer Script Debugging
Additional Information: Localized in 23 languages
We have re-released this Fix it based on your feedback. We now require Internet Explorer to be closed before processing the Fix it and we made a few user interface updates.
The reason we require Internet Explorer to be closed before the Fix it will run is so the settings take effect when Internet Explorer is opened. We had reports of users who ran the Fix it and continued to have runtime errors. This happened because the settings were not being read by Internet Explorer until it was restarted. We discussed (very briefly) restarting Internet Explorer automatically after the Fix it was processed. However, we all unanimously agreed that restarting Internet Explorer without you expecting it was a bad user experience.
Keep an eye out for more Fix it articles in the near future.