New Dell XPS desktop - came with Windows 10 Home 64bit. I am using IE 11 as my default browser. Having resolved a problem I listed earlier with the help of board participants, I have another. I get the message "Internet Explorer has stopped working. A problem caused the program to stop working correctly. Windows will close and notify you if a solution is available." This is accompanied with a box "Close Program ". Occasionally, Windows does not close and there is never a solution offered. The screen freezes and I have to reboot. More frequently, If I click on the "...has stopped working notice" the notice goes away and the screen becomes active. Other times when I click on the "has stopped working notice "--it goes away but the "Close Program box remains and when I click the "Close Program" box--that goes away and the screen becomes active. I'm about ready to jump out the window. (It's on the first floor). It's frustrating having invested so much money in this desktop unit. I tried Firefox on my previous computer and went back to IE. I would like not to but may have to try it again. Would like an opinion from those who might offer---Is IE a lost cause concerning compatibility with Win 10? Or is it possible something is not configured properly? Could malware cause a problems such as I have described? I hope Microsoft adapts their new "Edge" so it runs with add-ons soon. Thanks in advance for any help.