Internet Ex-PLODE-r is buried under "Windows Accessories" in Win 10.
You can easily access IE11 in Win 10 by
- Typing "Internet Explorer" in the Cortana/Search box.
- Right click on "Internet Explorer" in the Cortana/Search result window...
- To add as a tile on your Start Menu click "Pin to Start."
- To keep it on your taskbar simply click "Pin to taskbar."
Now, every time you need to use Internet Ex-PLODE-r it's just a click or two away.
Another way to launch IE is to Open the Run command and type iexplore.exe > Enter to launch it.
You could also Create a desktop shortcut: by navigating to ‘C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer’, and create a desktop shortcut for IE by right clicking on iexplore. > send to > select Desktop (create shortcut)
There you have 4 ways to have IE a mouse click or two away in Win 10.
I can't speak to the "issues" some are having with IE11/Win 10 cuz I don't use Ex-PLODE-r... ever.
To set IE as default browser in Windows 10 go to Settings > System > Default Apps > Scroll down to Web Browser, and make your choice
Edited by Union_Thug, 29 September 2015 - 06:37 AM.