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Uninstalling IE 11.0

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Windows updated by browser to IE 11.0 and I cannot uninstall it using the control panel option in Windows 7.0.  What other ways are you able to get rid of this program?
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Windows updated by browser to IE 11.0 and I cannot uninstall it using the control panel option in Windows 7.0.  What other ways are you able to get rid of this program?

You can simply go to add remove programs and "Turn Windows features on or off"

Simply uncheck IE11 and follow the wizard
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None, it's not supported.

You can turn it off, but not uninstall it. See Install or uninstall Internet Explorer.
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by:aadih
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You could downgrade to IE 10.
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If you want to go back to IE10 simply follow the steps I gave you, then uninstall the IE11 KB from add remove programs.
Then reboot and reinstall.
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