What operating system? Have you looked at your Program list?
Click Start, and then locate the Internet Explorer icon on the Start menu. If you do not see the Internet Explorer icon on the Start menu, look in the Programs or the All Programs folders on the Start menu.
Note If you cannot locate the Internet Explorer icon on the Start menu, follow these alternative steps or, if you are not using Windows 7, use Method 2.
Right-click and drag the Internet Explorer icon from the Start menu to your desktop, and then click Create Shortcuts Here, or click Copy Here.
A shortcut to Internet Explorer is created on your desktop. You can double-click this icon to open your home page in Internet Explorer.
To verify that you fixed the problem, look for the Internet Explorer icon on your desktop. If the icon does not appear, either restart your computer, or right-click a blank area on the desktop and then click Refresh. If the icon still does not appear on the desktop, there are a few other things to check.
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