How to find Internet Explorer after Windows10 upgrade
We had two frantic calls for help in a single day from clients who couldn’t find their Internet Explorer browser after upgrading to Windows10. “My bookmarks are gone!” “I don’t like this ‘Edge’ browser!” And so on…
Relax – despite Microsoft’s attempts to get you to use it’s new “Edge” browser, your trusty old IE is still there. In this post, we’ll show you how to access it, and create a shortcut in your task bar (that small horizontal bar across the bottom of your Windows screen) so it’s only 1 click away. Not only is IE there, your bookmarks and other settings will be there as well.
Start by simply typing (without quotes) “Internet Explorer” into the search box at the bottom, left (small rectangle that’s usually pre-populated with “Search the web and Windows”). At or near the top of the results, you’ll see the familiar logo and the words “Desktop App.” Simply right-click on that logo and select “Pin to Taskbar.” You’ll then see it, along with other shortcuts, along the bottom of your screen: