Hi... This is going to be a bit of a problem to explain. This is because I am going to be referring to a site - which I have to use for work - to which I cannot give a link for various reasons. Nevertheless, the outlines of the issue are as under: There is a certain site (membership and invitation required to access) which I frequent. Often they have documents to share which are usually rendered in PDF, ePUB, DJVUE, and MOBI formats. The problem I am referring to is specifically about ePUB files. When using IE11 (desktop version and Modern Version - both on my desktop machine and the Surface) to access the ePUB documents, I am presented with an option to download a ZIP folder. However, when I use Chrome and/ or Firefox (on my desktop machine) to access the same document, I get it in the way it is supposed to be as a file with an ePUB extension. I tried to use the compatibility setting on IE 11, but that does not work. If anything, it wrecks the formatting of the site and the what should be a single ePUB file remains available for download as a ZIP folder. Does anyone have any insights into what is going on here and how I can use IE11 (either version) to access the site? I'd hate to be compelled to use Chrome and/ or Firefox aside from the fact that when I am on the Surface it would really become problematic. Note this problem is specifically happening with ePUB files and not the other formats mentioned above. Thanks in advance.