Internet Explorer redirects to Microsoft Edge [100%Fix]

Introduction

If you want to disable Internet Explorer Redirects to Microsoft Edge, So you’ve come to the right place, Today we will learn how to disable Internet Explorer redirects to the new Microsoft Edge browser. Let’s get started

Internet Explorer Problem Symptom

Internet Explorer redirects to Microsoft Edge
Internet Explorer redirects to Microsoft Edge

Internet Explorer redirects to Microsoft Edge When opening Internet Explorer

Internet Explorer is officially shutting down support. So they are being forced to use a new browser Microsoft Edge users. There are still users who have to use Internet Explorer. So there are some websites that do not open without Internet Explorer. In that case, users have a problem that when Internet Explorer is opened, it automatically Redirects it to a Microsoft Edge. You will attempt to open a site in the Internet Explorer internet browser that is introduced with Windows working framework. On the off chance that the site is inconsistent with Internet Explorer for example doesn’t uphold IE (for instance Facebook.com), the Internet Explorer window closes and the Microsoft Edge internet browser opens consequently with a similar site (which you attempted to open in Internet Explorer internet browser.

Internet Explorer Problem Reason

Internet Explorer redirects to Microsoft Edge [100%Fix]
Internet Explorer redirects to Microsoft Edge
Internet Explorer redirects to Microsoft Edge [100%Fix]
Internet Explorer redirects to Microsoft Edge

After the new update of Windows 10. When you want to use a website with Internet Explorer. If that website doesn’t work well for Internet Explorer then you have it

“Some websites no longer work with Internet Explorer. We recommend switching over to Microsoft Edge completely for an uninterrupted experience”

You can click on the “Set as default browser” button present in the notification bar to set Microsoft Edge as the default web browser in your computer system or you can click on the Close button to remove the notification banner.

After it, whenever you try to open an incompatible website in Internet Explorer, it automatically redirects the website to the Microsoft Edge web browser.

So basically, you can’t open those incompatible websites in the Internet Explorer browser.

Internet Explorer Problem Solution

Luckily, Microsoft Edge comes with an option in its settings that can be changed to disable or turn off this automatic redirection feature.

Then with the help of this built-in option, you can turn off Microsoft Edge from taking over Internet Explorer and automatically opening incompatible websites.

Once you turn off this feature, you’ll be able to open incompatible websites in the Internet Explorer window and Microsoft Edge will stop automatically opening them. The redirection from Internet Explorer to Microsoft Edge will be excluded completely and permanently.

If you want to Fix this automatic redirection feature, the next steps will help you

Steps 1. Open the Microsoft Edge browser and click on the 3-dots menu button present at the right side of the toolbar. Now select the Settings option from the main menu.

Steps 2. Now go to the Default browser tab and in the right-side pane, look for the following option

By default, the option is set to “Incompatible sites only (Recommended)” which allows Microsoft Edge to take over Internet Explorer and that’s why Internet Explorer automatically redirects to Microsoft Edge for incompatible websites.

To disable the redirection functionality, set the option to “Never“.

Let Internet Explorer open sites in Microsoft Edge

Internet Explorer redirects to Microsoft Edge [100%Fix]
Internet Explorer redirects to Microsoft Edge

Now try to open any website in Internet Explorer and it’ll no longer redirect to Microsoft Edge. Every website will open in the Internet Explorer window

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SM.Tanvir Hassan
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