So, I use Chrome, but I just downloaded this thing that only Internet Explorer can use, so I downloaded and reinstalled Internet Explorer 9, but now, for some odd reason, I can't find it anywhere. I type "Internet Explorer" in the search bar in the start menu and all I get is the "Internet Explorer (No Add-ons)" which I am finding unusual since in the past I have uninstalled it, and reinstalled it, but I've never had this issue before. I know you can type something in to get it going, but I have a feeling that it's just not right. Also, when I reinstall it, and then restart my computer (which I think is what happens after you install it), a shortcut ends up on the desktop, but not this time. I'm wondering if I made a mistake the last time I uninstalled it, so it didn't do something properly, and yes, I am well aware Internet Explorer isn't great.
One other thing I should say, this thing I have downloaded, it's a grammar and punctuation corrector, and it said it only works for Internet Explorer, but as I type here, it seems to work in some way, but it doesn't work in another, as I've seen so far on the Internet Explorer with no add-ons. Recently I've been installing, and uninstalling a lot of word processors because I don't have any on my computer anymore, and none have worked the way I need them to, so I downloaded this thing called Ginger Basic Model, and as I'm seeing here, it works as an extension for Chrome, which is contradictory kind of, but it's working. I may be finding a solution to my question here, although some of the stuff isn't correcting correctly, at least, I don't think it is. Can someone tell me how good or how bad my typing is? I hate errors in my typing, although I'm sure I make a lot of them, and to some, I probably sound like a seventh grader or something, ha ha.
Anyways, I'm not sure if I want to even use IE9, but does anyone have a solution for this problem? Well, thanks in advance.