My Edge browser has disappeared after installing the Windows 10 Anniversary Update. I have tried all suggestions (including the power shell command), and nothing will work to reinstall it. As a note, the Microsoft Edge folder is missing in the packages folder, so I cannot delete it to re-install edge. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

  • Roll back to version 1511. If your running an enterprise version of Windows your administrator might have removed it. – Ramhound Oct 29 '16 at 15:21
  • Thanks David, I didn't know how to reply to a post, so I am using this method. I couldn't roll back because I surpassed the 10 day limit. I appreciate the response though. – manatee33 Oct 30 '16 at 20:40

I was able to get the Edge Browser back, by copying an Edge shortcut from a working system to the working system's desktop. Then I copied that shortcut to the desktop to the non-working system. As soon as I clicked the copied shortcut on the non-working system, Edge came back and showed in the start menu again.

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