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Not Telling Me If IE Is Not Default Web Browser in Windows 10

After you change the web browser from Internet Explorer to Google Chrome or another browser installed in your Windows 10 PC, you can ask the system not to tell you IE is not the default web browser. For concrete operation, please refer to the guidance below.

Video guide on how to ask Windows 10 not to tell me if IE is not default web browser:

Steps to ask Windows 10 not to tell me if IE is not default web browser:

Step 1: Enter Internet Explorer.

Just tap Internet Explorer on the taskbar.

Step 2: Open Internet Options.

Click Tools on the Menu bar and choose Internet options in the menu.

Tip: If the Menu bar is missing, you can open the Tools menu by Alt+T, or go to show the Menu bar.

Step 3: Change the related advanced setting.

In the Internet Options window, open Advanced, deselect Tell me if Internet Explorer is not the default web browser under Browsing, and tap OK.

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