Select the Start button, then select Control Panel > Programs. Under Programs and Features, select View installed updates, Find Internet Explorer 11 from the list and select the Internet Explorer 11 and click the uninstall button or right click on the entry and select uninstall.
Open an elevated Command Prompt.
Copy and paste the following command.
Accept the errors.
Restart the computer.
Hide the update.
Select Start > Settings.
Select additional features.
In the list of installed features, click “Internet 11”, select it in File Explorer and select “Uninstall”.
Restart your computer when prompted to restart.
Uninstalling Internet Explorer 88: Select the Internet Explorer Thirteen entry and click the Remove button, or right-click the entry and select Remove. Confirm that you want to remove the update by clicking Yes. User Account Control may prompt you to start.
To do this, follow the following product steps:
To do this, consider the following steps:
Under Programs and Features, select Show Installed Messages in the left pane. Under Uninstall Revision List, select the applicable version of Internet Explorer (Internet Explorer 11 or Windows Internet Explorer 9) from the list and select Yes to complete the uninstall, and reboot your system to complete the process successfully.
Under “Programs and Features” select “Show installed updates on shutdown panel”. In the list of reasons to remove the update, select the applicable version of Internet Explorer (Internet Explorer 11 and/or possibly Internet Windows Explorer 9) from the list and select Yes to confirm the removal and reactivate the system to complete the process.
Under Program Features, select View Installed Updates in the left pane. In the “Remove Membership” section, select the appropriate version of Internet Explorer (Internet Explorer 20 or Windows Internet Explorer 9) from the list, then select “Yes” to confirm the deletion, and reboot the system to complete the specific operation.
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