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Microsoft has recently released Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 Release Preview, but although the company claims it’s capable to provide a “stellar” web browsing experience, it’s not.
More and more consumers are actually reporting bugs that lead to sluggish performance, so most of them are now looking for instructions to remove Internet Explorer 10 and get back to Internet Explorer 9.
Basically, it all comes down to uninstalling Internet Explorer 10, as IE9 is automatically restored once you complete this process.
First of all, click on the “Start” button
(because you do have one unlike Windows 8 users!) and type “Programs and Features”
in the search box. Click on the “View installed updates”
in the left pane of the menu.
Go over to the “Uninstall an update” screen
and scroll down to the “Microsoft Windows” section. Simply select Internet Explorer 10 and click “Uninstall.”
It usually takes a while until the process comes to an end, so you’re strongly recommended to avoid stopping or cancelling it. A reboot is necessary to complete the removal and restore IE9.
One of the most common bugs of IE10 on Windows 7 workstations concerns the Aero interface
According to plenty of posts on Microsoft’s support forums, the Aero interface is automatically disabled after the launch of Internet Explorer 10 and, as far as some users are concerned, there’s no way to restore it.
“I'm using an Nvidia gt680 using the 310.54 drivers. I've installed other version of the video card drivers and the same issue occurs. When I roll internet explorer 10 back to 9 the issue resolves itself,” one user explained.
Keep in mind that IE10 on Windows 7 is still in preview stage, so bugs and compatibility issues aren’t at all surprising. Microsoft reportedly wants to release the final build in late 2012 or in early 2013.
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|Comment #1.1 by: AJBirt on 01 Mar 2013, 02:09 GMT|
Mine was really easy to uninstall at least to this point.. I am now restarting windows. I hope they will reconfigure my settings once they remove it because when I updated to IE10 windows took about 5 mins. to reconfigure with the new update.. I hope uninstalling it will take out ALL of the componets that were downloaded with it bc if not then I will run into problems bc I don't have any idea where to even begin to look. Good Luck to everyone!!
|Comment #1.2 by: Vic on 14 Mar 2013, 06:35 GMT|
Two places to look for:
1. Control Panel -> Programs and features. - > Windows Internet explorer 10
2. Control Panel -> Windows update ( look on the left frame) -> right click on Internet Explorer 10 to uninstall.
|Comment #1.3 by: lorena on 15 Mar 2013, 21:47 GMT|
don't forget to remove the "automatically update" checkbox for I.E. or it will automatically loan IE 10
|Comment #1.4 by: bergi on 15 Mar 2013, 23:10 GMT|
I lost passwords when I went to ie10 and , finally got back to ie9 by restoring my files to a previous state.
-Go to control panel
-click backup and restore.
-click on action center.
-click on recovery.
-click onrecover system settings on your computer
-click on restore your files.
Choose a date from the drop down list that was just before the date that you went to ie10
and restore. (it works great and takes you back to ie9.)
Hope this works for you.
|Comment #1.5 by: bin on 16 Mar 2013, 15:36 GMT|
explore 10 is rubbish
|Comment #1.6 by: bug on 21 Mar 2013, 21:41 GMT|
I want to uninstall IE10 and keep getting error has occurred. Not all updates were successfully uninstalled. Can anyone help???
|Comment #1.7 by: NoOne on 25 Mar 2013, 21:14 GMT|
Uninstalled IE 10, rebooted. No problem.
No IE 9 showing up, only find ieinstal.exe in the IE folder in Progx86 folder.
Article is good but INCOMPLETE. where does IE9 reappear?
|Comment #1.8 by: standi98 on 15 Apr 2013, 11:26 GMT|
IE 10 is great but it is ruining some of my games.
|Comment #1.9 by: pissedoff on 16 Apr 2013, 02:41 GMT|
I'm glad you all got the simple answer, though you should not have needed instructions to do something as simple as uninstalling an update, but that's not my point.
WHAT IF IT'S NOT IN THE LIST?!?!?!?
Has anybody come across this? Cause I've been surfing the net for a while now and can't find a thing about it.
|Comment #1.10 by: qprjd on 20 Apr 2013, 11:59 GMT|
The advice would be good if it worked. Press start, type "programs and features" and there IS no left or right pane, just n"Win8n white paper. No IE10 in control panel-programs and features (which is easier to access than typing in a search box by the way)
|Comment #1.11 by: prabakar on 27 Apr 2013, 02:55 GMT|
DEAR ALL. IT IS VERY EASY... if you have WINDOWS 8 OS
GO TO IE 10 SETTINGS WHICH IS ON THE BROWSER RIGHT SIDE TOP. GO TO F12 DEVELOPER TOOLS.. THERE YOU WILL FIND BROWSER MODE WHICH YOU CAN CHANGE TO IE 9 OR 8 OR ANY THING YOU WANT..
JOB IS EASY MAN....
|Comment #1.12 by: BigDipper on 07 May 2013, 07:23 GMT|
Props to prabakar comment: #1.11
Had trouble with in Web page rendering in IE 10, reverted to IE 9 by following his instructions and all is well. Thanks!
|Comment #2 by: fuddyduddy on 29 Nov 2012, 02:41 UTC|| reply to this comment|
ie 10 not listed at all so can't uninstall
|Comment #2.1 by: Boston Holly on 28 Feb 2013, 02:50 GMT|
it took forever but I found it ONLY in windows updates it was in the middle of the screen.
|Comment #2.2 by: Angel on 25 Mar 2013, 18:55 GMT|
Me too! Any resolve?
|Comment #2.3 by: talynn on 29 Mar 2013, 19:44 GMT|
I had this problem also. I couldn't see "Internet Explorer 10" installed either. Finally, I searched for it in the using the upper right search area for "Internet Explorer 10" in the Windows Updates. Walla, it showed then. I uninstalled. I have IE9 back again. What a pain!
|Comment #2.4 by: rast on 31 Mar 2013, 14:49 GMT|
have you wait until search bar on top is completed?
for me it takes little while for "Microsoft Windows" section and Internet Explorer 10 to show up..
|Comment #2.5 by: tutu on 06 Apr 2013, 16:35 GMT|
wow thanks a lot talynn..... such a relief... i cudnt find it had to search like u mentioned...
|Comment #3 by: Mokarram Raza on 29 Nov 2012, 09:52 UTC|| reply to this comment|
I have installed Internet Explorer 10 Release version and try to use Infor WMS same is not able to use and came back on IE9 it's working fine.
|Comment #3.1 by: Geographer22 on 05 Dec 2012, 17:12 GMT|
Can't seem to download zipfiles with IE 10 and it freaks out in sharepoint as well when using the edit screen. The background keeps flickering.
|Comment #3.2 by: Herbit on 04 Apr 2013, 03:42 GMT|
Hit many problems trying to un-install IE10. Eventually gave up and downloaded Opera.
|Comment #5 by: K. C. on 14 Jan 2013, 16:50 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Thank you! IE 10 trashed my Win7 workstation!
|Comment #6 by: MsVIP on 24 Jan 2013, 20:33 UTC|| reply to this comment|
IE 10 is the most painful bugging product MS has ever released even in preview phase. Hopeless.
|Comment #6.1 by: Boston Holly on 28 Feb 2013, 02:51 GMT|
Agreed. I had plenty of problems with IE9 but IE10 is a disaster
|Comment #8 by: rw on 27 Jan 2013, 23:50 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Internet Explorer 10 is fast when accessing web pages. It is only when I drill down to the details and it hangs my normally very fast system on a 100mbps Cable.
I cannot uninstall it. It is not listed in the uninstall list in Control Panel and/or CClean.
I will have to pretend and go back to Firefox and Chrome.
|Comment #9 by: rw on 28 Jan 2013, 00:06 UTC|| reply to this comment|
I got rid of Internet Exploere 10 using a System Restore.
A quick preview of the installed version of Internet Explorer states that I am back on Internet Explorer 9. BUT now my Internet Explorer 9 hangs my web navigations.
I am not contemplating going back there. It is Chrome or Firefox for me, from now on.
|Comment #9.1 by: Boston Holly on 28 Feb 2013, 02:53 GMT|
I think I agree. I've always liked IE, I liked IE8 actually but have had so many problems with IE9 and 10 that I am also going Chrome and or Firefox too. Have resisted those two browsers for too long and most websites work better with Chrome which is why all the Geeks like it.
|Comment #10 by: joe on 31 Jan 2013, 13:23 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Does not work IE 10 does not show. Only Microsoft update number. Has place to turn off but IE 9 does not start and have no web program.
|Comment #11 by: Anon on 01 Feb 2013, 18:17 UTC|| reply to this comment|
At my job we use SharePoint. IE10 Screwed it up so I couldn't use any of the features the person next to me could. I had to install it.
|Comment #13 by: schluety on 13 Feb 2013, 19:50 UTC|| reply to this comment|
it's listed as "Windows Internet Explorer 10" not just "Internet Explorer 10"
|Comment #13.1 by: Rodriga on 04 Mar 2013, 16:24 GMT|
Thanks a ton! Saved my day!
|Comment #14 by: Javier on 24 Feb 2013, 19:48 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Uninstalling IE10, my F5 vpn stopped working !!
|Comment #14.1 by: Terence on 20 Mar 2013, 11:46 GMT|
On Ie10 Go to tOOLS\\compatibility PARAMETERS\ and add F5 site adress connection
|Comment #16 by: akuser on 27 Feb 2013, 16:40 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Looked on uninstall programs, nope not there, looked at view installed updates, nope not there. Did remove windows feature IE10, cleared the box, hit APPLY and rebooted. no Internet explorer 9 on desktop or even on the hard drive using a keyword search-nada. Luckily I had a restore point called before IE10 manually created before installing. restore back to IE9 worked.
|Comment #17 by: terdra on 28 Feb 2013, 07:02 UTC|| reply to this comment|
It didn't work for me. Yesterday, I installed ie 10, and it wouldn't open. Tried to uninstall it today, and it won't uninstall.
|Comment #18 by: kettenhund on 28 Feb 2013, 10:38 UTC|| reply to this comment|
So many blue screens! Went back to Firefox, not one. Unbelievable.
|Comment #19 by: AJBirt on 01 Mar 2013, 01:58 UTC|| reply to this comment|
I DON'T at all like IE10 on my windows 7. It is sooo slow and crashes and doesnt work with any of the programs I have. It's always blaming me for going to the wrong website or typing the wrong words into the search engine. I don't have the patience to sit around and wait a min. for a page to load to tell me to use another search bar. I just assume go back to IE9 where everything worked great!! Bye Bye IE10 Windows 8 users can have it :)
|Comment #19.1 by: friendlydude on 23 Mar 2013, 00:24 GMT|
I agree with your comment concerning Internet Explorer 10- I too have Windows 7 and all IE10 did was make using everything incredibly slow and frequently froze the pages for a couple minutes at a time. IE9 works great so that's what I'm using for now on.
|Comment #20 by: matt on 03 Mar 2013, 01:12 UTC|| reply to this comment|
both ie 10 and yahoo are preventing me from viewing tv shows that are not from yahoos tv and are forcing upgrades that are harming performance i pay hansomely for high speed but i cant get it with these 2 together i canot remove yahoo i have to many files locked in
|Comment #21 by: Shoffy on 03 Mar 2013, 23:41 UTC|| reply to this comment|
This sounds really great but when I go to "view installed updates", IE10 does not come up. I'm getting all kinds of web page errors that I never got on IE9 and I'm not sure it's any faster.
|Comment #22 by: Joe on 05 Mar 2013, 18:24 UTC|| reply to this comment|
I just typed " View installed updates" Clicked and went down to Windows and right clicked internet explorer 10 and selected uninstall. I didn't even install this crappy IE. Guess it was auto update.
Thanks to the person who shared this artical.
|Comment #23 by: Flosun on 06 Mar 2013, 03:23 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Excellent! When IE 10 takes over will take it out and replace back to IE 9, if I can. Have MS Outlook so can't use FireFox which I liked instead of IE
|Comment #24 by: Ms AZ Sunshine on 08 Mar 2013, 19:39 UTC|| reply to this comment|
I will uninstall IE 10 because since installing I have lots of problems .. Screen freezes weir messages etc etc ... Its like as of Microsift is performing woodoo on my machine. Thanks for the instructions it is greatly appreciated.
|Comment #25 by: Ms Az Sunshine on 08 Mar 2013, 21:50 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Follow up ....
I'm so grateful for this post. I wnet back to IE9 and it solved all my problems. I run Win 7 Ultimate and IE10 really did a number on my machine. I had to reboot several times, plus got this message repeatedly: " Internet Explorer stopped working ...
Everything is now back to normal . :)
Again thanks for the information.
|Comment #26 by: sandy on 12 Mar 2013, 07:23 UTC|| reply to this comment|
this is really very usefull..
|Comment #26.1 by: Piotr on 13 Mar 2013, 08:50 GMT|
Thanks everyone - I got rid of this
|Comment #27 by: nickoftime on 17 Mar 2013, 03:54 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Downloaded IE10, which rendered my PC 99% inoperable. I was lucky to be able to access a search engine that took me to this website, where I found a solution to get rid of it. Thanks guys!
I am angry at MS for using potential clients as guineapigs to test this program before it had been properly developed. To state that it was easy to use, fast, and secure, is nothing short of false advertising and misrepresentation.
I'm sure MS knew it had problems in its present form, but they wanted others to do the research and tell them what was wrong with it.
I'll tell you what's wrong with it; it stinks and should never have been released in its present state.
No wonder so many are going over to Firefox!
|Comment #27.1 by: dfh on 28 Mar 2013, 08:29 GMT|
I agree. I just installed IE10, a number of websites such as web email access to one of my clients no longer worked, the fingerprint recognition on my HP Pavilion stopped working, which was a real pain as I have hundreds of passwords for differen sites.
I followed the advice and removed the IE10 upgrade and went back to IE9. Took 5 minutes and went without a hitch (as far as I can tell!) So far it looks like things are working again.
Thanks to the advice given on tis forum.
|Comment #28 by: PRITAM on 18 Mar 2013, 04:36 UTC|| reply to this comment|
IT HELPS ME TO SOLVE MY PROBLEM.
|Comment #29 by: rs99cool on 19 Mar 2013, 19:29 UTC|| reply to this comment|
In all honesty, I gave IE10 a try, hoping that Microsoft had finally fixed the browser once and for all. Not so. IE 10 is so ridiculously slow that it's truly painful to use, at least compared with Chrome or Firefox. So I tried to remove it the normal way which, of course, didn't work at all. Finally I resorted to searching the web and found your solution. Thanks so very much! It is so typical of Microsoft to make it almost impossible to uninstall this piece of c**p. Never again!
|Comment #30 by: rca1942 on 20 Mar 2013, 16:05 UTC|| reply to this comment|
I installed IE10 on W7 Home Premium a few days ago and it was fine except for unpredictable, widely varying startup times. My home page would be up almost instantly or might take as much as 30 seconds or more. I used the uninstall update method and everything went as expected until I got the "Preparing to configure windows, do not shut off your computer" stage which showed no signs of completing. I then turned my PC off/on and got the usual black and white line mode screen. I selected normal start and the next thing I knew there were update messages flashing, again in line mode, across the screen. There were about 32,000 items mentioned after which everythiong proceeded to a normal completion. Indeed I did get back my previous IE9 (both versions) and performance of IE is predictable and consistent again. It was a little scary seeing all those messages flashing on the screen after my power on.
|Comment #30.1 by: patrickhenrypdx on 21 Mar 2013, 13:42 GMT|
same thing happened for me - thank you for giving me the confidence to do a hard shutdown when "preparing to configure windows, do not shut off your computer" would not complete.
|Comment #30.2 by: rca1942 on 21 Mar 2013, 14:53 GMT|
This is not the first time I have had to do a hard shutdown when updating W7 Home Premium. It has occurred maybe a couple of other times over the last 2-3 years. In general, updates do go smoothly and without incident.
|Comment #31 by: zack on 21 Mar 2013, 16:37 UTC|| reply to this comment|
net stop uxsms
net start uxsms
This will restart areo
|Comment #32 by: Virgo 1934 on 21 Mar 2013, 17:58 UTC|| reply to this comment|
IE 10 is supposed to be faster ???Who are they kidding? It's a total mess and I would love to go back to Windows 7 If only I knew how. Any ideas please ?
|Comment #33 by: virgo 1934 on 21 Mar 2013, 18:56 UTC|| reply to this comment|
IE 10 is faster? Who are they kidding? Get me back Windows 7 any time if only I knew how
|Comment #33.1 by: ShadowWalker on 27 Mar 2013, 19:03 GMT|
IE10 IS faster . . . . faster to make you want to go back to IE9.
|Comment #34 by: Need Help on 22 Mar 2013, 14:45 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Thanks, that fixed my SQL web link going back to IE 9!
|Comment #35 by: tanker on 22 Mar 2013, 17:42 UTC|| reply to this comment|
It's March 2013 and IE 10 is still not working right, I had to roll back to IE 9 to get on the internet.
|Comment #36 by: amethyst_igor on 22 Mar 2013, 18:04 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Why not just uninstall IE and install Firefox? Problem solved.
|Comment #37 by: Tschaen on 23 Mar 2013, 19:31 UTC|| reply to this comment|
thank you so much I was going crazy it worked great
|Comment #38 by: GusGus on 25 Mar 2013, 08:04 UTC|| reply to this comment|
My windows 7 just updated automatically to IE10 - this has stopped logon access to my works website. I wish Microsoft would give people the choice when upgrading their products from one major version level to the next.
|Comment #38.1 by: CONOS Systems Engineer on 25 Mar 2013, 11:48 GMT|
Installed IE10 Saturday and everything worked well until today when I have to travel to a client site. I've performed a System Restore to get back to IE9 and everything is back to normal. DO NOT Install IE10.
|Comment #39 by: Breck on 25 Mar 2013, 18:17 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Thank you--lots of probs. with IE 10.
|Comment #40 by: Carla84 on 26 Mar 2013, 23:41 UTC|| reply to this comment|
It is now hidden under "Features".
IE 10 is now past preview stage and is STILL the WORST internet browsing experience EVER! Unstable, add-on incompatible and full of security loop-holes! It "feels" like a bad preview of IE8. Give me back IE9, PLEEEZE! One strike, Microsoft!
|Comment #41 by: Carla84 on 27 Mar 2013, 02:16 UTC|| reply to this comment|
FIRST uninstall from Features, THEN uninstall from updates. IE9 returns as installed browser.
Desktop icon must be re-created.
IE10 is a TOTAL flop: unstable, incompatible, jerky, freezy and keyboard keys messer-upper!
Feels like a scrap version of IE8!
Scrap it and go back to the drawing board, MS!
Advice: get the IE9 team back on board, and keep two SEPARATE versions: x32b & x64b!
|Comment #42 by: ShadowWalker on 27 Mar 2013, 18:59 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Uninstalling it was a breeze with your instructions, thank you. IE10 kept crashing when launched. I am going back to Chrome and Firefox.
|Comment #43 by: IT Dude on 28 Mar 2013, 00:30 UTC|| reply to this comment|
IE 10 Stinks!! They should provide an "Uninstaller" Expecially when it's a beta type release!
|Comment #44 by: IT Dude on 28 Mar 2013, 00:31 UTC|| reply to this comment|
You people keep feeding Google and they will take over all of our lives!! You better watch out, they are gaining speed!
|Comment #46 by: Estar52 on 28 Mar 2013, 18:14 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Great advice on how to resolve the issue.It completely blocked internet explorer from loading.Thanks for your help.
|Comment #47 by: sunshine777 on 28 Mar 2013, 19:05 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Thank you so much for these removal instructions for IE 10. My computer was totally messed up after I downloaded it. I followed your instructions and got IE 9 back without any problem. Thanks - I'm very grateful for your post!
|Comment #48 by: Quintus on 29 Mar 2013, 12:19 UTC|| reply to this comment|
I downloaded this turkey yesterday without checking it out first (what an idiot I am!) Nothing but problems with websites and add-ons. Now un-installing. If this is the finished version, it will do nothing except boost usage of Chrome or Firefox.
|Comment #49 by: pgp on 29 Mar 2013, 17:52 UTC|| reply to this comment|
doesn't work - tried 6 times - fails to remove - with a windows update failure then undoes all the changes and reinstitutes IE 10
|Comment #49.1 by: Birdman on 19 May 2013, 23:50 GMT|
Did you find a solution to this, mine does it too.
|Comment #50 by: luvwknd on 29 Mar 2013, 21:20 UTC|| reply to this comment|
When I uninstalled IE10 it didn't restore IE9 and I was left without a browser. However, when I went to reinstall IE9 I was advised that it was already installed on my PC, but none of my shortcuts would launch and iexplorer.exe was no where to be found on the disk drive. So, what to do now??
|Comment #51 by: TexasLady on 29 Mar 2013, 23:41 UTC|| reply to this comment|
THANK YOU for the info...I have been so irritated with this I've been ready to explode!
|Comment #52 by: Elmar on 03 Apr 2013, 02:57 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Some companies are sucked in by Microsoft and develop webpages to the IE "Standard" which, of course is no standard at all. Sadly their "IT engineers" are to lazy or incompetent to apply proper HTML standard, if they did, they'd have half the work because their pages would work with proper browsers.
|Comment #53 by: transplantwest on 03 Apr 2013, 15:54 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Thanks ! I didn't wait long enough for it to populate. Whew. Our website is hosted by Yahoo, and yahoo doesn't support chrome or IE10 Browsers. So its GREAT to fix one more microsoft "issue" and be able to get back to work !
|Comment #55 by: bb_959 on 04 Apr 2013, 15:36 UTC|| reply to this comment|
I went to Newegg today and was wraping up an order and when it put me in https (secure mode) I was unable to get past the login screen to finish my order process. I called newegg and was advised that IE 10 was costing them customers as they only do on-line ordering. Removing this piece of work as I write.
|Comment #58 by: NickCW on 13 Apr 2013, 10:17 UTC|| reply to this comment|
I found this via Google, brilliant! Opened up a whole new level of understanding of how awkward MS can be. Thanks.
|Comment #59 by: it on 18 Apr 2013, 11:18 UTC|| reply to this comment|
In uninstall and update there is not update list of internet explorer to uninstall could show me another method
|Comment #59.1 by: thanks on 19 Apr 2013, 12:53 GMT|
|Comment #60 by: jan on 21 Apr 2013, 08:03 UTC|| reply to this comment|
I am absolutely unable to use ie10 on my windows 7 64 bit hp pavillion computer. i just get a page everytime i click to open one asking me to check the address. terrible situation.
i dont even find it in the list of programs to disinstall.
Thank goodness i can use safari on the same pc. which is not checked as the default browser,
|Comment #61 by: jan on 21 Apr 2013, 08:13 UTC|| reply to this comment|
I would like to remove ie 10 that was automatically upgraded from ie9 - it doesnt function properly.
I am unable to find the ie10 file on my computer using windows installer cleanup, revouninstaller and also using the standard way of going onto the programs and features...?? I have no apparant ie on my pc, is this possible?notwithstanding that i have an icon for ie on my apps toolbar and that i have installed google as the search page. I can open that, but when i key in an address and wait for a page to open i get the message that the page cannot be opened inviting me to check the address etc. my pc is hp pavillion with win 7 64 bit.
|Comment #62 by: Jo on 30 Apr 2013, 17:17 UTC|| reply to this comment|
This morning my PC automatically downloaded IE 10 which I did not want so I used system restore to go back to my original version and NOW there is NO IE on my computer at all..
How do you download IE from the internet when you CAN'T access the internet..
I'm frantic.. Can anyone Please please help
|Comment #63 by: Shintsu on 02 May 2013, 02:28 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Simple solution, disable IE in Windows completely. There's honestly no good reason someone shouldn't be using Firefox or Chrome instead of the lazy inefficient mess that is IE.
|Comment #64 by: KryptoNite on 02 May 2013, 09:25 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Thank you Very much
Windows has made an update and my internet explorer keeps crashing on start everytime ...
|Comment #65 by: anon on 02 May 2013, 20:41 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Internet Explorer is total *! By far the worst piece of * I've ever used!
|Comment #68 by: Al on 15 May 2013, 10:19 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Thanks for yout time and help!
|Comment #69 by: 2GreenEyes4u on 18 May 2013, 00:41 UTC|| reply to this comment|
I followed your directions to a TEE, I had no UNINSTALL on mine, but I did prevent it from launching, now I'll go back to IE-9 so I can play my WORDS WITH FRIENDS & BEJEWELED BLITZ & SOLITAIRE BLITZ game with my daughter & sister.
~Thanks, Ms. Pat Burton
|Comment #70 by: Birdman on 19 May 2013, 23:52 UTC|| reply to this comment|
Has anyone found a solution to removing this rubbish...
I remove, then reboot, but then on reboot it says Windows update failure Reverting..
it undoes the uninstall and reinstitutes IE 10
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