How to turn off Automatic Crash Recovery in Internet Explorer 11 on a Windows 8.1 PC?
The Automatic Crash Recovery feature in the Internet Explorer 11 web browser enables you to open your previous session, particular tabs in the session, and also login details that you may have entered in specific tabs of the session after your browser has recovered from a sudden shutdown or a crash. This feature is pretty handy that helps you restore the session that you may have lost suddenly, especially if you were working on something very important. However, if you want to keep your browsing history strictly private and do not want to recover the session even if there is a crash, all you will need to do is turn off the Automatic Crash Recovery feature in the Internet Explorer 11 browser.
For the beginners, we have compiled the easy steps that you can refer to:
- On the Start screen, click on the Internet Explorer tile to open it.
- When the browser window opens, click on the Wrench icon at the bottom, and then click ‘View on the Desktop’ option from the menu that appears.
- Click the Gear icon on the top right corner of the window, and then click on Internet Options’.
- Click on the ‘Advanced’ tab.
- Scroll down to the ‘Browsing’ section, clear the ‘Enable automatic crash recovery’ check box, and then click ‘OK’.
Wasn’t it simple that you could complete the task in just a jiffy? To better comprehend the steps and enjoy a quick recap of the steps, here is a short solution video that you can check out. To watch it now, click below: