When you click on hyperlinks on web pages or email messages, nothing happens.
- The setting that you select the web browser you want to use is broken. This may cause Windows to misinterpret the browser that is set as the default browser on your computer.
- After installing the software, the settings are changed, which may cause links to websites to function improperly.
- A previously installed browser or add-in may interfere with other software on your computer.
- The registry key has been changed or become corrupted.
This section is designed to get started with intermediate computers.
You should then check to see if the problem has been resolved. If the problem is not resolved, move on to the next method.
Although additional browsers can improve your online experience, they can sometimes interfere or conflict with other software on your computer. However, please note that some websites or Internet Explorer itself.
May not be displayed correctly if an add-in is disabled. First, start Internet Explorer with the add-in temporarily disabled to see whether the problem is resolved.
If the problem is caused by corrupted or incompatible Internet Explorer settings or add-ins, you can often resolve the issue by resetting Internet Explorer settings to the default settings.
When you reset Internet Explorer settings, all previous settings will be lost and cannot be restored. When you restore Internet Explorer default settings, some cookie-based websites may not work properly. However, resetting Internet Explorer to its default settings does not delete favorites, feeds and some other personal settings.
You should follow these steps to identify the additional browser that is causing the problem:
- Click the tool button, and then click add-on manager.
- Check Internet Explorer.
- Repeat step 3 until you identify the add-in that is causing the problem.