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Some databases require Internet Explorer. Can I use it in Windows 10?

Last Updated: Mar 17, 2016  |  262 Views
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In Windows 10, Microsoft Edge is the built-in browser. However, a few legacy library databases, including Thomson One, require Internet Explorer, the old Windows web browser. If you're running Windows 10, you still have Internet Explorer installed by default. Here's how you find it and pin it to your taskbar:

  1. Type "Internet Explorer" into the search box (Cortana).
  2. Right-click on Internet Explorer in the search window.
  3. Click "Pin to taskbar".

Source: Devine, Richard, "How to find Internet Explorer in Windows 10 if you really need it".

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