Hi Wolfie,Hi Wayne,
right click the bottom panel and select "Task Manager" > More Details (if necessary) > Start-up and see if it is set to auto start, right click and disable it if it is showing!.
Hi again Wolfie,Hi Wayne,
you can turn it off if you want to!:
Hi again DaveHC,I think, if he does that, his used browser will then take its place.
Read down the responses here, for a detailed discussion, together with an explanation as to how to stop it.
I have not cared to go through the process outlined, easier for me just to turn off the browser once a day.
How did you come up with that one? I have win10 pro on all 3 of my computers. My wife has win10 pro on her laptop. My son has win10 home on his laptop. None of our computers start IE or any other browser for that matter on boot up. Been using windows since 3.1 and never had a browser open at boot up unless i manually put it in start up.It is deliberately built in to Windows 10. It will open the last used browser automatically on boot up. Numerous complaints are pouting in and, hopefully, it will be resolved in a future update.
IT with my own PC Installation and repair business.It may be computer, or hardware specific. Read the comments in the link I posted. It certainly happens, randomly, on my computers all Dells.
Really?It may be computer, or hardware specific. Read the comments in the link I posted. It certainly happens, randomly, on my computers all Dells.
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