Solved Need to fix constant IE11 errors since I upgraded to Win10.

April 15, 2016 at 10:59:27
Specs: Windows 10 Pro 64b, i7-4790K with 16 GB RAM
Someone asked about script errors in IE11 after installing Windows 10 and one of the answers given was that it is IE11 error and not Windows 10. I have the exact same problem and I absolutely do not think it is an IE11 problem. Microsoft has had PLENTY of time to fix obvious bugs like this. I am fed up with the constant freezes, crashes, script errors and reloads with IE11 ever since I made the HUGE mistake of upgrading my Win 7 to Win 10. Is there any fix for this? I cannot just switch to the Win 10 internet browser because it does not support the programs that I use regularly. I am at the point where I would be willing to do a clean install of Win 7 and reload everything but I don't know how to do that now since Microsoft overwrote that when they installed Win 10.

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#1
April 15, 2016 at 15:35:52
Have you tried it since cumulative update on 12th April 2016? The reason I ask is that some of the problems I've been having for ages when using Edge and IE seem to have vanished with that update.

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#2
April 17, 2016 at 21:40:43
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I would suggest you to backup the favorites and bookmarks from IE11 and reset the IE.

It worked for me.


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Arturo Morales


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#3
April 18, 2016 at 15:12:30
You can also try Firefox until they get their act together, maybe you will like it better. You can try Edge again occasionally because since more people are using it the support for it is wider now. Try updating those programs as well to get the latest support.

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#4
April 19, 2016 at 12:41:35
Derek,
Your reply excited me until I looked into it. I checked and saw that I had gotten those updates, but unfortunately for me, it has not helped. My problem seems to be getting worse, if anything.

Fingers,
My problem is that I use a password program (LastPass) that will not work with Edge. They say that Microsoft has not yet released any extensions to allow apps to work within Edge yet. Why, I have absolutely no idea, but it has been a huge problem ever since Windows 10/Edge was released (maybe before it was actually ready for release?).

M.Arturo,
I have not tried this yet, but at this point ANYTHING is worth a shot. I will try to get to that this afternoon and will report back here and let you know if it helped me.

Thank you for your replies everyone. This has been a perplexing nightmare for me for several months now. I know my way around both my hardware and software rather well, which makes it doubly perplexing. If I cannot figure out how to fix it soon I see a clean reinstall in my near future. :(

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#5
April 19, 2016 at 13:49:12
Nothing lost backing up your Favorites before doing IE Reset but it should keep them. What vanishes are your add-ons but they soon come back with usage.

I expect you already know but Reset is in "IE > Internet Options > Advanced (button near bottom of Window)".

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#6
April 19, 2016 at 21:42:57
I think that RESETTING IE 11 has actually fixed my problem. Been going strong for the last 5 hours without a hiccup. Good call Arturo, and many thanks. And thanks Derek for me not having to hunt for the reset button. Thanks to everyone who responded. I am amazed because I really didn't give this much hope, especially after all the supposed "fixes" that I have tried in the last couple of months. It also shows that my initial suspicions were completely wrong. The problem did lie inside IE 11 and NOT with Windows 10. I'm glad of that because I really want Windows 10 to work.

Just to let you know, I did not back anything up. I did not lose any bookmarks or favorites. The ONLY things lost were stuff like anything that was not originally default, such as home page location, header and footer settings and app (add-on) settings. Any apps that I use were still there but needed to be re-enabled. Overall, a quite painless and easy fix.

Cheers,
Bob B.

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#7
April 20, 2016 at 04:35:38
Hope it stays fixed and thanks for letting us know.

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#8
April 20, 2016 at 13:49:24
Did this happens just for one site?

See: How to troubleshoot script errors in Internet Explorer from the below link.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us...

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John Ryan | Tech Support
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