How To Repair Internet Explorer
Need to know how to repair Internet Explorer? It is not as difficult as you may think to repair Internet Explorer. Internet Explorer is Microsoft's internet browser product. The first version of Internet Explorer was released more than 15 years ago with Windows 95. Since that time, Internet Explorer has become the most widely-used internet browser. Though it is a heavily integrated part of the Microsoft operating system, the repair options are few and simple to accomplish.
- To repair Internet Explorer, first open the browser. Click on “Tools” and select “Internet Options.”
- Click on the “Advanced” tab. Press the “Reset” button under “Reset Internet Explorer Settings.” This will change the settings to the default settings for Internet Explorer.
- Click the “Reset” button in the “Reset Internet Explorer Settings” window. You may also check the box beside “Delete personal settings” if you wish to delete cookies, temporary internet files, history, webform data and passwords and to reset your home page. Click the “Close” button which displays after the reset runs.
- Click the “OK” button in the message box. Click “OK” in the "Internet Options" window.
- Open Internet Explorer and see if the problems with Internet Explorer were resolved. If the issues have not been resolved, continue to the next step.
- Download and install or reinstall the latest version of Internet Explorer from the Microsoft website. There is no option to repair Internet Explorer, so the installation process will remove the currently installed version of Internet Explorer before installing the downloaded version.