At this point in time, Internet Explorer is outdated and generally not that good in terms of performance, security, or features. There are much better alternative browsers like the new Edge, Chrome, or Firefox for your day to day browsing tasks. In fact, you can even Enable Internet Explorer mode in Edge. That being said, there might be situations where you are forced to use Internet Explorer. This is especially true in the case of old websites or services specifically designed for Internet Explorer, office environments, etc.
- First, open the Internet Explorer browser. You can do that by searching for it in the Start menu.
- Now, click on the “Settings” icon. You will see it as a gear icon to the top-right corner.
- Select “Internet Options” from the list.
- Here, go to the “Security” tab.
- Now, click on the “Custom Level” button under “Security Level for this Zone” section.
- Scroll down and find the “Scripting” section.
- Here, select the “Disabled” option under “Active Scripting“.
- Click the “Ok” button to save changes.
- Click “Yes” to confirm the changes.
- In the main window, click “Apply” and “Ok” buttons.
- Finally, restart the Internet Explorer browser.
That is all. I hope that helps. If you are stuck or need some help, comment below and I will try to help as much as possible. If you no longer need IE 11, you can uninstall Internet Explorer in Windows 10.