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On the evening of 02 July Microsoft installed a cluster of updates to my PC, including replacing my IE9 with IE10. The PC was auto-restarted and since then I am unable to access the internet using the new IE-10, instead I get the following message: This page can't be displayed •Make sure the web address http://www.emachines.com is correct. •Look for the page with your search engine. •Refresh the page in a few minutes. My new version is IE-10, version 10.0.9200.16618 My other browsers work normally. I was not able to complete the PC testing suggested because IE is required, but I have run PCMatic which did not suggest any indication of discovered irregularities. In case it isn't obvious, I'm not especially knowledgable on the topic of computers. I have the feeling this question has been asked (perhaps answered) here before, but hope someone can help. Many thanks for any assistance. Harris emachines ET1331G-03w Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit Purchased January 2010
Here is how, Internet Explorer 10 in Windows 8, provides one web platform that supports two browsing experiences: the new Internet Explorer in the Windows Metro style UI experience that is optimized for touch devices, and the familiar browsing experience of Internet Explorer for the desktop. By default, in Windows 8, Internet Explorer 10 will open the version which matches your current environment. If you are on the Metro UI, it will open the Metro IE10. If you are working on your Windows 8 desktop, it will open the desktop version of IE10. It is the the Metro version of IE 10 that is the default browser on Windows 8. But if you want to change the default to IE10 desktop version, you can do it via Internet Options. Under the Programs tab > Opening Internet Explorer, from the drop down menu, select Always in Internet Explorer on Desktop. Click Apply/Ok. thanks to, http://forum.thewind...indows-8-a.html