Disabling Enhanced Protected Mode
Enhanced Protected Mode is a new feature in Internet Explorer 10. It works by extending the existing Protected Mode functionality to help prevent attackers from installing software, accessing personal information, accessing information from corporate Intranets, and from modifying system settings. To do this, Enhanced Protected Mode must reduce some of the capabilities available to Internet Explorer. These restrictions may cause issues with your browsing experience when using Internet Explorer. By disabling Enhance Protected Mode, your performance in Internet Explorer may improve but could leave you at risk for possible attacks.
How to disable Enhanced Protected Mode:
Swipe in from the right edge of the screen, tap Start, and then type Internet options.
(If you’re using a mouse, point to the upper-right corner of the screen, move the mouse pointer down, click Start, and then type Internet options.)
Tap or click Settings located under the search box to the right of the screen. Then, tap or click the Internet Options icon located under the search results.
2.In the Internet Options windows, tap or click the Advanced tab. Locate the check box Enable Enhanced Protected Mode*. Tap or click to uncheck the box.
3.Tap or click the Apply button, and then tap or click OK. Restart Internet Explorer and check to see if the issue is resolved.