Internet Explorer has always been the default browser for Windows. Although it is still supported in Windows 10, it has become a real threat to users due to performance problems and fewer features compared to its competitors, and Microsoft has replaced it with Microsoft Edge.

Many users ignore, due to the reasons mentioned above, Microsoft chose to keep Internet Explorer 11 installed on Windows 10, but not as a default browser. Recently, the company advised users of its operating system that this browser be removed from their computers. Here's how to completely remove Internet Explorer from Windows 10.

The process of removing Internet Explorer from the Windows operating system is done through the original system features, meaning that the following explanation will not pose any danger to your files or the Windows system. If you regret uninstalling the browser, you can also reinstall it any time you deem it necessary.

How to remove Internet Explorer from Windows 10?


In addition to the warnings mentioned above, and it is necessary to uninstall any other program, this requires an account with administrator or administrator privileges on the device.

Open the Start menu and search for "Control Panel".


In the "Programs" section, click "Uninstall a program";

Now, it should be noted that Internet Explorer is not part of the list. Then click "Enable or disable Windows features".

In the window that appears, find Internet Explorer 11 in the list and deselect it. In the message that appears, click "Yes", then "OK";

Restart your computer.

  After restarting the computer, you will notice that Internet Explorer is no longer present in Windows. If you need to restore it, just follow the step step above mentioned, check the box next to it in the list and restart the computer until it is reinstalled.

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