Because Internet Explorer is really a component of Windows itself, uninstalling and reinstalling, while possible, is somewhat different than other applications and has different implications.
IExplore.exe, aka Internet Explorer or ‘IE’, can crash, but it’s not always its fault. We’ll look at some of the things that can cause IExplore.exe to crash, and steps you can take.
Internet Explorer has become a better browser over time and updating regularly is just a good idea. Especially when it comes to IE 11.
Internet Explorer is a Windows component masquerading as an application. As a result, reinstalling IE isn’t completely possible. I’ll review what we can do to get close to reinstalling Internet Explorer.
The error message actually leads us down the path that we need to repair your installation of Internet Explorer.
High memory usage by Internet Explorer can result from several different things. I’ll review the most common.
It’s important to keep Internet Explorer up-to-date, even if you are using another browser. Take IE version updates whenever you are comfortable with them.
It might be the website’s fault. It might be the browser’s fault. Either way, start by trying a different browser.
The tiled browser seems to be a different version of Internet Explorer. From what I can tell, it has reduced features and is less functional when compared with the normal Internet Explorer.
The menu bar and many of the toolbars in Internet Explorer are very easy to hide, often by accident. I’ll show you a couple of ways to get them back.
There are a couple different ways to restore your Internet Explorer address bar if it has disappeared.
In older versions of Internet Explorer 6 the status bar would disappear from view even though you explicitly turned it on.