How To Uninstall Internet Explorer 11 From Your Windows 10 PC?

Uninstall Internet Explorer 11 From Your Windows 10

If you are looking for how to uninstall Internet Explorer from your Windows 10 PC this tutorial will guide you in getting rid of Internet Explorer for good.

If you are a Windows 10 user, you must have thought at least once about getting rid of internet explorer. Internet Explorer is the default browser that is shipped with Windows Operating System. Even though some websites require to be opened in Internet Explorer for best results but due to its slow performance as compared to the other browsers like Chrome and Firefox, users don’t even want to keep Internet Explorer in their PCs.

If you want to uninstall internet explorer 11 from Windows 10, this tutorial will guide you to completely remove Internet Explorer from your PC in order to free up some hard disk space.

Note: You must already have any other browser e.g Google Chrome/Mozilla Firefox installed before removing Internet Explorer.

Follow These Steps To Uninstall Internet Explorer 11 From Your Windows 10 PC


Step 1: Go to settings by looking for it in the start menu.

Uninstall Internet Explorer 11 From Your Windows 10

Step 2: Once Windows Settings Window is open, click on Apps icon.

Uninstall Internet Explorer 11 From Your Windows 10

 

Step 3: Now from Apps & features window select “Manage optional features” option.

Uninstall Internet Explorer 11 From Your Windows 10

 

Step 4: Then a new window will be open “Manage optional features”, now scroll down to Internet Explorer 11 

Uninstall Internet Explorer 11 From Your Windows 10

 

Step 5: Click Internet Explorer 11 and next click on “Uninstall” button. Finally, the uninstall process will start and Internet Explorer will be removed from your system in a few seconds and a prompt will notify you.

Uninstall Internet Explorer 11 From Your Windows 10

Congratulations! Internet Explorer is no longer a part of your operating system, now you just have to restart your system to apply the changes. You can always install it back again on your PC from the website in just a few clicks.

Final Note

If you have any other version of Windows Operating System and still want to use this tutorial for reference, keep in mind that the process is different for different versions of Windows but you can still follow these steps as the process is more or less similar.

If you are looking forward to any other similar tutorials for Windows 10, please leave your suggestions in the comments sections below.

Also Read: How to Fix Windows 10 Slow performance issue.

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