The launch of Windows 10, the new version of Microsoft's operating system, has led to the emergence of a new Internet browser, Edge. However, Internet Explorer continues to be one of the options when to notify any compatibility issues that may be found in certain web pages. However, since Edge has become the default search engine, there are many who want to get rid once and for all Internet Explorer , especially because for some browser and has no utility after upgrading to Windows 10. Fortunately, there is a simple way to remove Internet Explorer from a computer with Windows 10, but before you do anything, you must know that, if they rely on Edge as your daily search engine, may experience some difficulty loading certain websites. In these cases, without Internet Explorer installed on your PC, no search engine offers a one second unless you opt to install Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, or any alternative application you want.
When you remove Internet Explorer, you simply have to open the Control Panel, click "Uninstall Program" and choose "on or off Windows features".
Search on listing the Internet Explorer option and uncheck it. Then, the operating system will warn a tab that "disable Internet Explorer 11 might affect other Windows features and programs installed on your computer, including default settings," so you'll have to confirm that you want to delete the search.
If you are unsure, you accept and process will be ready.
Although it is a relatively easy procedure, we do not recommend removing Internet Explorer unless you have another browser installed on your computer, plus Edge.
Right now, Edge is still at an early stage and some features of the operating system still completely dependent on Internet Explorer, and thus removing it from the computer may cause some errors and unexpected behavior of certain applications.
But if you are someone who can not accept any longer have Internet Explorer on their PCs, this guide may find quite useful.