Internet Explorer Has Stopped Working how can i solve this error

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Internet Explorer Has Stopped Working how can i solve this error

I have IE8 and always get this message. I like IE but this message makes it tough to handle when i really need to search something quick

Can i have all possible steps to fix this

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Answered By 0 points N/A #80691

Internet Explorer Has Stopped Working how can i solve this error

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Out current SOE in company cannot be used with higher versions on IE

So kindly give me a solution in IE8

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Answered By 0 points N/A #80690

Internet Explorer Has Stopped Working how can i solve this error

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Exactly, why not? Why you are so anxious about it?

It is really easy to resolve it. In this situation you can update your browser. If you update your current browser, the problem must resolve. Or, you can install the new one also.

New one installs id better than an update.

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Internet Explorer Has Stopped Working how can i solve this error

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If that error constantly appears whenever you use Microsoft Internet Explorer, try to disable and re-enable Microsoft Internet Explorer. Since this browser is built-in to the Microsoft Windows operating system, uninstalling the browser is technically not possible. By disabling and re-enabling Microsoft Internet Explorer, it’s like you also uninstalled and reinstalled the program. To disable it from the operating system, click “Start”, “Control Panel” then “Add or Remove Programs”.

In the Add or Remove Programs screen, click “Add/Remove Windows Components” on the left pane. In the Windows Components Wizard screen, scroll down and look for “Internet Explorer”. Uncheck it, click “Next” then follow the instructions. Now, Microsoft Internet Explorer has been uninstalled or disabled. To reinstall it, follow the same steps then in the Windows Components Wizard screen, check “Internet Explorer” then click “Next” and follow the instructions.

Now, try and see if Microsoft Internet Explorer is now working properly. See if this works. If this doesn’t fix the problem, just use a different browser. Download any of the following web browsers as alternative to Microsoft Internet Explorer:

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