Restoring an Internet Explorer (IE) Browser in Windows 10
Internet Explorer is a web browser that has been available as part of the Windows operating system since 1995. It is one of the oldest and most commonly used browsers, and is still used by many people today. However, due to its age and the increased complexity of modern websites and web applications, it is not as capable as more modern browsers such as Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox. As a result, it is sometimes necessary to restore an Internet Explorer browser in Windows 10 in order to ensure that it can still be used for browsing the web.
Restoring an Internet Explorer browser in Windows 10 is a relatively simple process, and can be done in a few steps. Firstly, you will need to open the Control Panel. You can do this by typing “Control Panel” into the search box in the Start menu, and then clicking on the result. Once the Control Panel has been opened, navigate to the Programs and Features window. Here, you should click on the “Turn Windows Features On or Off” option. This will open a new window, where you can select which Windows features you would like to enable or disable.
Scroll down until you find the “Internet Explorer 11” option, and check the box next to it. This will enable the Internet Explorer 11 browser, and you should now be able to open it from the Start menu. If you have previously used Internet Explorer and have saved bookmarks, cookies, or other data in it, you will need to restore these from a backup. This can be done by opening the Internet Explorer browser and going to the “Tools” menu. Here, you should select “Internet Options”, and then select the “Advanced” tab. Under the “Restore Advanced Settings” section, click the “Restore” button. This will restore your previous settings, including any bookmarks and cookies that were previously saved.
Restoring an Internet Explorer browser in Windows 10 is a relatively straightforward process. However, it is important to note that it is not as capable as more modern browsers, and may not be able to display modern webpages as intended. If you experience any issues when using Internet Explorer, it is recommended that you try switching to a more modern browser such as Google Chrome or Firefox. These browsers are significantly more capable, and are much better suited to browsing the web today.