Internet Explorer not Working

Internet Explorer not Working

Internet Explorer not Working : Fixed

 

If you are using Internet Explorer, it is likely that you have already encountered an "Internet Explorer stopped working" or Internet Explorer not Working error message at some point.

Internet Explorer had a lot of speed and performance issues. This classic browser was introduced in 1995 by Microsoft. It seems that Microsoft has already stopped providing support for IE.

Now, if you use IE for your daily browsing and your IE just crashed saying "Internet Explorer has stopped working", then this guide is for you. Read on to find out what causes IE to stop working and how to fix this problem.

If you are using Internet Explorer, it is likely that you have already encountered an error message "Internet Explorer has stopped working" at some point.

Internet Explorer had many speed and performance issues. This classic browser was introduced in 1995 by Microsoft. It seems that Microsoft has already stopped providing support for IE.

Now, if you use Internet Explorer for your daily browsing and your Internet environment crashes, saying "Internet Explorer has stopped working", this guide is for you. Read on to discover the causes that prevent IE from working and how to solve this problem.

  1. Restart Internet Explorer

Often, a simple reboot can solve the problem. When IE hangs or stops working, you must close the error message window and restart the application. You can then restore the websites you accessed from the history.

  1. Reset Internet Explorer

Most of your browser issues are resolved if you reset your personal settings from the browser. Let's do it

1) Launch Internet Explorer

2) Go to the small gear icon (in the upper right corner of the page), this is the Tool icon. Now click on it

  • Choose Internet Options from the list.
  • Now select the Advanced icon in the window
  • Tap the Reset icon (at the bottom of the window)
  • Make sure the "Delete personal settings" box is checked, then touch the Reset button.

 

Note: Before resetting your browser, be sure to keep a note of all your saved passwords as all passwords will be erased. It also disables toolbars, clears all history, and even resets your browser's home page. You will have to log in again to open all the websites.

 

Completed! You have successfully reset your personal settings and your browser. You can now restart your browser and check if it is working properly.

 

  1. Disable all third-party add-ons

If resetting Internet Explorer does not solve the problem, one of the third-party add-ins may affect your browser. You can manually disable these add-ons. Here's how-

1) Launch InternetExplorer

2) Click Tools (small gear icon in the upper right corner).

  • Now select Manage add-ons from the menu
  • Click All add-ons to see all the active add-ons.
  • Right-click the icon for each add-on and tap the Disable option in the list.

Once done, reset Internet Explorer by closing all windows.

Open Internet Explorer and check if it is working properly. If this is the case, the problem does not come from your browser, but from the third-party add-on.

  1. Reset security zones

Internet Explorer applies a set of strict security rules to access the browser. These security rules may crash and affect your software. So, reset them to fix problems with your browser.

1) Launch Internet Explorer

2) Click the Tools button (small gear icon in the upper right corner).

3) Select Internet Options from the Tools menu.

4) In the Internet Options window, click the Security tab.

5) Scroll through the list and select Reset all zones to the default level.

Now that you have reset your security settings, close the Internet browser application and restart it. Check if your browser is working properly now.

  1. Disable software acceleration

Software rendering is designed to enhance your browsing experience. However, there are some issues that can occur if your system has graphics problems or is not configured properly.

Let's try to disable the rendering of the software and check if Internet Explorer works regularly.

1) Open InternetExplorer

2) Go to the Tools option (small gear icon) and click on it

3) Choose Internet Options from the menu bar.

4) Tap the Advanced tab in the Internet Options window

5)Now, under Accelerated Graphics, uncheck the Use Software Rendering icon instead of the GPU display.

6)Click the Apply button and click OK to save the changes.

Restart your browser and check if its problems are resolved.

  1. Using Windows Troubleshooting

You can also troubleshoot Internet Explorer-related issues with the Windows Troubleshooter application. Here's how to use it:

  • Steps to use Windows Troubleshooting Windows 10:
  • Go to the Start menu and select Settings (the gear icon)
  • Select Update and Security and then Troubleshoot.
  • Browse the list to see if you're having issues with IE
  • Steps to use Windows Troubleshooting on Windows 8.1:
  • Go to Start and look for Settings
  • In Settings, find the troubleshooting and choose the troubleshooting in the search results.
  • Browse the list to see if you're having issues with IE
  • Steps to use Windows Troubleshooting on Windows 7:
  • Go to Start and click on Control Panel
  • Select Troubleshooting
  • Browse the list to see if you're having issues with IE

Here! Although no one prefers to use Internet Explorer, you may have to work on it. If you still have problems with your IE, we suggest you use another browser.

Do you have other problems with Internet Explorer? Let us know in the comments section below.

 

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