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We answer: Where is Internet Explorer in Windows 10?

And for now, reviews of Microsoft Edge are quite positive, but it has to be like that because Edge is probably Microsoft‘s last chance to succeed with default browsers in its operating systems.

After it has been replaced by Microsoft Edge, a lot of people forgot about Internet Explorer. It is no longer located on the taskbar or Start programs.

Even Microsoft didn’t pay much attention to it in Windows 10, because it’s nowhere to be found in Windows 10 at first look.

But, IE is still present, and if you want to open it for some reason, here’s how to locate the Internet Explorer browser.

How do I access Internet Explorer in Windows 10?

1. Use Cortana

It’s very easy, actually, you can find Internet Explorer just like you do everything else in Windows 10, with Cortana. So, go to Search, type internet explorer and Cortana will show you disputed Microsoft’s browser.

You can normally open it by clicking on it, but you can also pin it to the taskbar or Start Menu if you want to open it later. Just right-click on Internet Explorer and choose Pin to Start Menu or Pin to taskbar.

2. Go to IE file location

All programs that are installed on your computer are located in the Programs files folder, on the Windows partition. Therefore, you can locate the Internet Explorer folder on that partition and open it from there.

To locate the correct app to open, go to your Windows partition, open Program Files (x86), then open the Internet Explorer folder. Here, from the files that have the IE icon, double click the iexplore.

Also, if you want to experiment a little, you can use Cortana. Type Internet Explorer in Cortana, then right-click on it and choose Open file location. This will tell you exactly where Internet Explorer or its shortcut is placed.

3. Go to Windows Accessories

You can also access internet Explorer from Start Menu. It is not located at the letter I as you may think, but under the Windows Accessories folder.

This post was written by Ivan Jenic and was first posted to WindowsReport

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