Microsoft redirects certain sites from Internet Explorer to Edge, and here is how you can prevent it from happening



While Microsoft is trying hard to convince Internet Explorer users to switch to Edge by introducing features like IE Mode in its new Chromium-based browser, there are businesses that still prefer Internet Explorer over Chromium Edge for performing certain work. However, for a regular user, Internet Explorer isn’t the one that is ideal as many websites have pulled support for it.

Websites that do not support Internet Explorer automatically opens in Edge. In other words, Microsoft redirects unsupported sites from Internet Explorer to the Chromium Edge

Here is how you can prevent redirection of unsupported sites from Internet Explorer to Edge

  1. Open the Run dialog by using Winkey +R
  2. Type ” iexplorer.exe” on the Run dialogue box and then press Enter
  3. Click on the gear icon (alt+X) and then select Internet Options
  4. Click on Advanced
  5. Scroll down to “Browsing” and uncheck “Enable third-party browser extensions”
  6. Click on “Apply” and “OK” to save the changes

Did the above steps work for you? Let’s know in the comments below.

via Techdows

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