Microsoft’s Windows 8.1 It fixes many issues that users have been complaining about with PCs for years. It has automatic backup features and even the Flash plug-in is built into the operating system, allowing users to seamlessly boot up their new Windows devices and get them up and running quickly.
Unfortunately, changes in the design of Windows 8 applications sometimes prevent users from quickly accessing the information available to them on the desktop. A perfect example of this is Internet Explorer, which by default hides the address bar and open tabs. The app does this to reveal more of the website users browsing their screen. Here’s how to keep the address bar and tab bars on screen in Internet Explorer in Windows 8.1 and save yourself from looking around.
go to start screen by pressing the Windows key on your keyboard or by pressing the Windows button at the bottom of your device’s screen. press now download arrow It’s on the bottom left of your screen. Touch users should put their finger on the Start Screen button and swipe up.
Click or tap on Internet Explorer from the list of apps installed on your device.
When Internet Explorer opens, move your mouse cursor to the upper-right corner of your screen and Settings Charm At the bottom of the Charms Bar. Touchscreen users should swipe left from the right edge of their screen and tap the Settings Charm.
Click or tap on Options.
In the options menu, tap or click the switch below it. Always show address bar and tabs. Now click or tap elsewhere in Internet Explorer.
That’s it, you have successfully pinned the address bar to the screen in Internet Explorer. It’s important to note that locking the address bar to your screen also means that everyone around you can see which tabs you have open.
You also won’t be able to preview every open tab, just as Internet Explorer is set to automatically hide the address bar itself. However, you can still access tab previews and web pages you’ve visited from other computers by clicking or tapping the Tabs button.