You may or may not like the introduction of Microsoft Edge, but if you are like many people and you still would like to have Internet Explorer around to do most of your web browsing, then let me reassure you that you don’t have to look far.
Even if at first sight there’s no trace of Windows 10 Internet Explorer in the start menu, it probably *is* present on your system (unless someone went out of their way to specifically uninstall Internet Explorer).
To launch Internet Explorer, simply click the Windows 10 start button to bring up the Windows 10 start menu.
If a blank page opens when you click a link to a PDF in Internet Explorer 10 or Internet Explorer 11, you may have disabled Acrobat or Reader for this website.
Are you also still missing Windows 10 Internet Explorer? If you’re one of the many people who’ve made it through the upgrade to Windows 10, you’ve probably noticed something different about the notorious blue “e” Internet Explorer icon.
The next time you click a link to a PDF on the same website, Run control | Don’t run options are again presented on the website. Click Run to view PDFs in Internet Explorer 10 or Internet Explorer 11 with Enhanced Protected Mode enabled.