Solved internet explorer 10 uninstall

April 29, 2013 at 23:13:02
Specs: Windows 7
I want to uninstall internet explorer 10 it is dragging and I cannot play the games it is real slow.

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April 30, 2013 at 06:41:34
There is no real no need to uninstall per se, unless you are short on space or just can't stand the blue E. Try using Firefox or Google's Chrome browser, import you bookmarks/favorites etc right over during installation for either. Takes a little to customize them the way you want, but they all work similar. Are you sure this is not a malware problem or too many toolbars at the top of the browser? Here are the links for the other browsers.

You can have more than one browser, kind of like cars, GM vs Ford, but both take you down the same roads, there's no need to uninstall one and install another unlike anti virus software. Here is a safe program you can download, install and run a quick scan with, remove what it finds. That will remove any junk/malware that may be accumulating on the computer and causing it to be slow. During Malwarebytes install you do not need to install the "trial for real time protection" just uncheck it.

You can run a full scan if it seems to find alot on a quick scan. An excellent little program and it's free. If you are having issues, give it a run. The free version does not automatically update, but you update it manually, easily, just click the "update" tab and select "check for update". A little money saver.

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April 30, 2013 at 06:42:40
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You can un-install IE10 by going to 'Programs and Features' and clicking on the 'view installed updates.' Un-installing IE10 will just revert you back to IE9, it will not completely remove internet explorer from your computer.

It may just be easier to download Mozilla FireFox or Google Chrome from

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April 30, 2013 at 06:44:58
However, if you wish to Uninstall IE 10 and as to revert to an earlier version of internet explorer, it should be fairly straight forward. Click "Start", "Control Panel" look for "programs" that bring up a list of installed programs however IE 10 is not visible there, you look up and left and you see "View install updates", click on that, brings up all the microsoft installed updates, looking for Windows Internet Explorer 10, highlight it and click uninstall.

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