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Published on September 15th, 2013 | by Kieran

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Uninstalling Internet Explorer 10 from Windows 2008

Internet Explorer 10 has a sneaky habit of installing itself, especially if you have automatic updates enabled. Here are a few simple steps you can follow to remove IE 10, and downgrade back to IE 9 or IE 8 in Windows Server 2008. The same instructions will work for Windows Server 2008 R2 and for Windows 7.

1. Click on Start > Control Panel.

2. Under Programs, click Uninstall a Program.

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3. In the Uninstall or change a program screen, click View installed updates.

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4. in the Uninstall an update windows, either type Internet in the search or scroll to Microsoft Windows and look for Windows Internet Explorer 10. intofw Undet the

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5. Click on Windows Internet Explorer 10 and click Uninstall.

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6. When prompted, click Yes to acknowledge that you wish to proceed.

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7. Once Internet Explorer has been removed, you will be prompted to restart. Click Restart Now to complete the process.

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Once your server has restarted, you should be back running either IE 8 or IE 9 depending on what what installed on your system before IE 10.

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has worked with computers and technology for nearly 20 years. Based in the United Kingdom, he works throughout EMEA as a Solution Consultant, specialising in Fax & Document Distribution technologies. Predominantly blogging on KieranLane.com he can also be found on Twitter @KieranLane, and Flickr.



One Response to Uninstalling Internet Explorer 10 from Windows 2008

  1. Jesse Glick says:

    Worked in 2008 R2 SP1, thanks!

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