Restart Internet Explorer and check if the problem has been fixed or not. (If “Internet Explorer” is not already present there then just click on “Add” and then select “c: Program Files Internet Exploreriexplore.exe”) Click OK and restart internet explorer.
It took a little over a week back and forth with Microsoft support before we were able to finally target it to the browser.
For more information, check out our feature: Microsoft is killing IE 8,9,10. And if you still need convincing, read our piece on 7 reasons why you need to upgrade to Internet Explorer.
When you’re ready to upgrade, follow the steps set out below – be warned they could vary slightly if you’re downloading from a different web browser: [Related story: Eight time-saving tips for using Internet Explorer 11 in Windows 7] 1: First you need to visit this webpage to download IE11.
This change affects all versions of Windows except Windows 10 which already comes with the latest version of IE 11.
However, IE 11 is only available to machines using Windows 7 or higher, meaning those on older machines will have to find an alternative to remain safe.