How to view Google search results when using IE11 in Windows 8.1?
blackdog 6 weeks ago
Since the update to Windows 8.1, Internet Explorer 11 doesn’t seem to be compatible with Google. I mean google search, the website, the one where pretty much everyone searches for everything, including me. Now it just displays a jumble of text and links, a total mess. I tried Firefox on the same PC and Google was fine. Anyone else experienced this?
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