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How to Configure Internet Explorer in Your Windows Computer

Internet Explorer is a web browser developed by Microsoft for its Windows platform. It has multiple versions like Internet Explorer 7/8/9/10/11. Internet Explorer 11 was the last release and now it has been replaced by Microsoft Edge. One can upgrade their Internet Explorer version after checking the configuration and compatibility of the machine. This application is used worldwide which allows users to view and explore web pages and information on the Internet. This software can be downloaded in Mac and UNIX OS, but Microsoft itself has discontinued its support services for these two platforms.

Internet Explorer uses a zone-based security framework which groups sites, based on certain conditions, which may be a user-editable whitelist or an Internet- or intranet-based site as well as. Security limitations are applied as per zone and all the sites are subjected to the restrictions which are confined under a particular zone. It’s a free application which contains various Internet connections, network file sharing and security settings. And apart from these features, this also supports features like remote administration, proxy server configuration, and VPN and FTP client capabilities.

To get higher performance, make sure that you’re running the latest version of the Internet Explorer. You can get updates through Windows and to turn on upgrades to the latest version. If you have Windows XP, you can use Internet Explorer 8, Windows Vista users can use and upgrade their versions to IE 9. For Windows 7 and above, the most recent version is available and accessible. To turn on automatic upgrades, you can follow the following instructions:

  1. Open the desktop and then click on the Internet Explorer option
  2. Now click on the Tools button and then click on About Internet Explorer option
  3. Now mark the check on the box to Install new versions automatically then click Close

If you want to upgrade your Internet Explorer version, do it by yourself or call the experts on the board if you can’t do it. We’re here for the same purpose; connect to us to solve your issues.



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