Windows 10: IE do not start on Win 10

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  1.    13 Feb 2016 #11

    I gone try Repair Install Windows 10 tomorrow. Let you know how it works later.
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       13 Feb 2016 #12

    Czarek said: View Post
    I gone try Repair Install Windows 10 tomorrow. Let you know how it works later.
    Good luck.
    Please post back the result.
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       13 Feb 2016 #13

    A third party browser extension on Internet Explorer may be causing this issue, so it would be ideal if you could open Internet Explorer in no add-ons mode, to start it with no browser extensions.

    To perform this action, press the Windows Key + R on your keyboard, type iexplore.exe -extoff and press enter.

    If it still happens while in no add-ons mode, please click the start menu, type 'turn windows features on or off' (without the quotation marks) and hit enter. Once it loads, navigate to Internet Explorer and uncheck the checkmark next to it. After doing this, restart your computer.
    After restarting your computer, click the start menu, type 'turn windows features on or off' (without the quotation marks) and hit enter. Once it loads, navigate to Internet Explorer and check the checkmark next to it. After doing this, restart your computer.
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       13 Feb 2016 #14

    hTconeM9user said: View Post
    A third party browser extension on Internet Explorer may be causing this issue, so it would be ideal if you could open Internet Explorer in no add-ons mode, to start it with no browser extensions.

    To perform this action, press the Windows Key + R on your keyboard, type iexplore.exe -extoff and press enter.

    If it still happens while in no add-ons mode, please click the start menu, type 'turn windows features on or off' (without the quotation marks) and hit enter. Once it loads, navigate to Internet Explorer and uncheck the checkmark next to it. After doing this, restart your computer.
    After restarting your computer, click the start menu, type 'turn windows features on or off' (without the quotation marks) and hit enter. Once it loads, navigate to Internet Explorer and check the checkmark next to it. After doing this, restart your computer.
    The OP said he cannot START IE11. Post #1.
    So, how do you propose the OP to OPEN Internet Explorer ?

    The rest is just redundant. brummyfan has already said that in Post#2 in LESS words than you copied and pasted from some where.
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       13 Feb 2016 #15

    davidhk said: View Post
    The OP said he cannot START IE11. Post #1.
    So, how do you propose the OP to OPEN Internet Explorer ?

    The rest is just redundant. brummyfan has already said that in Post#2.

    To perform this action, press the Windows Key + R on your keyboard, type iexplore.exe -extoff and press enter.
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       13 Feb 2016 #16

    That will NOT help the OP to OPEN IE.
    I won't waste my time discussing with you.

    The OP will decide which way to go.
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  7.    13 Feb 2016 #17

    hTconeM9user said: View Post
    A third party browser extension on Internet Explorer may be causing this issue, so it would be ideal if you could open Internet Explorer in no add-ons mode, to start it with no browser extensions.

    To perform this action, press the Windows Key + R on your keyboard, type iexplore.exe -extoff and press enter.

    If it still happens while in no add-ons mode, please click the start menu, type 'turn windows features on or off' (without the quotation marks) and hit enter. Once it loads, navigate to Internet Explorer and uncheck the checkmark next to it. After doing this, restart your computer.
    After restarting your computer, click the start menu, type 'turn windows features on or off' (without the quotation marks) and hit enter. Once it loads, navigate to Internet Explorer and check the checkmark next to it. After doing this, restart your computer.
    Still the same. Can I restore IE or reinstall?
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       13 Feb 2016 #18

    Czarek said: View Post
    Still the same. Can I restore IE or reinstall?
    I have said that in Post #8...... IE11 is part of the operating system. It cannot be uninstalled or reinstalled.

    Please do not waste time. Do the repair install.
    It takes some time to finish but you will have an operating system that truly works.
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  9.    13 Feb 2016 #19

    davidhk said: View Post
    I have said that in Post #8...... IE11 is part of the operating system. It cannot be uninstalled or reinstalled.

    Please do not waste time. Do the repair install.
    It takes some time to finish but you will have an operating system that truly works.
    Actually, you can uninstall ie11 from 10 and install it.,
    Internet Explorer - Install or Uninstall in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums
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       13 Feb 2016 #20

    BunnyJ said: View Post
    Actually, you can uninstall ie11 from 10 and install it.,
    Internet Explorer - Install or Uninstall in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums
    That is matter of choice of words as well as how does one define DISABLE and UNINSTALL.

    To me the Turn Features On or Off is no more than DISABLE.
    In order to be truly uninstall, one would have to click the exe file and REINSTALL. That procedure is NOT applicable to IE11. Therefore, it is NOT uninstall/reinstall. Just DISABLE and RE-ENABLE.

    brummyfan has already mentioned the Turn Features on or Off in Post #2.

    In win 7 and older versions, one can uninstall IE and reinstall IE, NOT in Windows 10.
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