However, there is a solution in Microsoft Edge that can help resolve these issues. By using Internet Explorer compatibility mode, you can ensure that these legacy websites will display and function properly in Microsoft Edge.
Here are the steps to set Microsoft Edge to Internet Explorer compatibility mode:
Open Microsoft Edge and click on the three dots (…) in the upper-right corner to access the settings menu.
Select the Settings option from the drop-down menu.
Under Settings on the left pane, scroll down to the Default browser section.
Click on the Add button under Internet Explorer mode pages and an Add a page window will open.
Enter the full URL (or IP address) of the legacy site and click the Add button, it will bring you back to the Settings window with the newly added site.
Close the Settings page and restart Microsoft Edge.
Here’s a summary of the steps in a screenshot:
After restarting Microsoft Edge, it will be set to use Internet Explorer compatibility mode and you should be able to access websites and web applications that require Internet Explorer.
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