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Remove IE 11 from windows 8.1 and go back to IE 10

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Is there any way to roll back IE 11 to IE 10 in Windows 8.1 I don't seem to find the update in add/remove programs.
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Windows 8.1 comes with IE 11, not IE 10, so you can't "go back".
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< Deleted > (Answered already.)
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not the answer I wanted but ok.
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It should be noted that you may use IE10 browser mode like this: http://www.sitepoint.com/ie11-browser-modes-return/
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