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Open Internet Explorer 11 in Windows 11 without MS Edge


maile3241
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Hello all,

I found a way on YouTube to be able to open IE without Edge. 

Instruction:

Open notepad and type: CreateObject("InternetExplorer.Application").Visible=true

Save it e.g. IE.vbs. It is important that it must have the filename .vbs

Then double-click on the file.

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Cr. to @さとるふぃっしゅ / satorufish on YouTube

Have fun trying

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I can understand why no one has replied to this thread...

Why on earth would you want to use IE....it is dated and was never much good.......?!

Edge isn't much better....

 

bookie32

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On 7/3/2022 at 9:29 PM, maile3241 said:

Open the editor and type: CreateObject("InternetExplorer.Application").Visible=true

Which editor?

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13 hours ago, bookie32 said:

I can understand why no one has replied to this thread...

Why on earth would you want to use IE....it is dated and was never much good.......?!

Edge isn't much better....

 

bookie32

I only use IE in case of compatibility problems. I personally don't find the IE function in Edge particularly well solved. I don't use it any more.

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9 hours ago, maile3241 said:

I only use IE in case of compatibility problems. I personally don't find the IE function in Edge particularly well solved. I don't use it any more.

OK....was wondering:D

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Posted (edited)

uhhh

you need ie componets for taskbar and desktop/explorer
unless they rewrite whole thing for next winßlows...

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It is my understanding that there is an edge web engine that is intended to replace IE. I have no idea if that has switched over yet, but I would sort of doubt it. I would imagine it would eventually switch to this chromium engine

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