In December 2013, I complained about major and other web sites not working and was informed that I could adjust compatibility settings to get websites to work. This worked to some degree but after using Google Chrome which seems to be universally compatibility, I completely stopped using Internet Explorer. Last night, my wife left IE11 open, and I tried to casually surf with it. From Yahoo, I immediately came to this site (http://www.accesshollywood.com/kristen-bell-and-dax-shepards-paparazzi-war_article_91368) and the video did not work regardless of compatibility settings. It works in Chrome. Everything works in Chrome without compatibility changes! All websites should work without compatibility settings changes. All websites that work in competitor browsers should work in IE. To tell people that compatibility setting changes will allow nonfunctional websites to work assumes that you can tell when a website is not working completely. If something is missing, it may not be obvious. I have been a IE user since around 2000 (used Netscape before then) and was unaware of the non compatibility issue until IE11. Now, I feel IE11 is virtually nonfunctional and use Chrome instead without any problems at all. I would say IE should be removable but I REALLY!! like where you can view a star hidden password fields (new and only available in IE11 but only if the website works) and where you can save some html pages as mht files (not available in Chrome). I would return to IE for immediate access to these features if you got IE to function better. ( If they built cars like this, people would be arrested [in China, they would be executed, good thing Microsoft is in Washington state]). IE should serve the internet websites and users and not the other way around. We should not have to serve IE with endless compatibility setting changes and websites should not have to constantly conform to ever-changing new IE standards especially if other browsers work fine.