When Microsoft unveiled Windows 10, they took the opportunity to sweep Internet Explorer under the rug in favor of Edge. The newer browser has a different look and feel, and while Microsoft reports that Edge is faster and more secure, a lot of users still prefer the old, familiar browser they have been using for decades.
If you prefer to use Internet Explorer 11, that’s still an option. In fact, Internet Explorer 11 is actually included with Windows 10 by default, so you don’t even need to install anything extra. You only need to know where to look.
How to Open Internet Explorer 11 in Windows 10
Edge is the default browser in Windows 10, so if you want to use Internet Explorer 11 instead, you need to locate and open it.
Here’s the easiest way to launch Internet Explorer 11 in Windows 10:
Move your mouse to the taskbar