I’ve often had to face numerous issues with Internet Explorer on my Windows-based computer. Even though Internet Explorer is one of the best and most user-friendly software available at present, issues that come up with IE are infinite. Such problems with web browsers can really tick you off, especially when you are in the middle of surfing the web or sending an email to a colleague.
Causes for such Microsoft problems
Incorrect browser settings are one of the major reasons for most Microsoft problems to occur on your browser. You might have installed third-party software or applications on your PC. Some applications might automatically re-adjust your browser settings which results in various Microsoft problems with IE on your computer. You might also end up with Microsoft problems with your Internet Explorer after viruses or malware has been removed from your PC.
How to Resolve such Microsoft Problems
Well, troubleshooting such Microsoft problems is not a very difficult task. One of the things you can try to resolve such Microsoft problems would be to reset your browser settings. This will help you fix your issues easily and restore the default settings back onto your Internet Explorer. Microsoft provides a tool which can automatically apply the reset. This tool can be downloaded from the Microsoft website. Otherwise, you can manually reset your Internet Explorer using the “Advanced Settings” from “Internet Options” which can be accessed from the “Tools” menu of your Internet Explorer.
In case you are facing such Microsoft problems on a company computer, I highly recommend calling in someone from the IT department to fix it. Corporate networks might have configuration differences that should not be reset by individuals. If you need any further guidance on such issues with the web browser on your Windows computer, you can always check it with the Microsoft help website and get all the assistance you need.