I'm the guy who after Microsoft updated my system on November 1st of last year, I didn't have Edge anymore. It's been a long time and still cannot seem to find any information on how to get it back. I've tried "Microsoft Community" and "My Digital Life Forums" for help. There wasn't any. Mind you, I had deleted anything that has reference to Microsoft Edge since the update Microsoft 'graciously' did for me a few days later. On March 4th, I had a wild idea. A woman I'm living with has a laptop with 64bit, Windows 10 system. I asked if she doesn't mind if I go into her machine and she said, "Fine." I searched for anything with MicrosoftEdge, collected them and sent them to my machine. I then went to my machine, found them on my network in her laptop and transported them to mine. Now, I realize MicrosoftEdge is in the subdirectory of C:\Users\David\AppData\Local\. As I said, 10 subfolders (amd64_microsoft-windows-microsoftedge_31bf3856ad364e35_10.0.10586.*) are in the subfolder of MicrosoftEdge. Are those folders temporary? Aren't they supposed to be in the WinSxs, subfolder of Windows? If so, how do I supposed to get them in? I tried to copy and paste those subfolders into the WinSxS folder; but it says I do not have the authority to do so. My main reason is I still can't get the Microsoft Edge program to run! Please help!!! Quick note. With this question, the response from Microsoft Community (Frederick Long - Launch Expert Windows 10) is as follows: "To run edge from your desktop, create a shortcut with this target: %windir%\explorer.exe shell:Appsfolder\Microsoft.MicrosoftEdge_8wekyb3d8bbwe!MicrosoftEdge." When I plugged it in to a shortcut and tried it, it led me to an explorer window that showed me my document folder... I tried it twice just to make sure I didn't screw something up; but the same happened. I added an attachment of my explorer screen, showing the folders and files that exist in my folder, Microsoft Edge.