How to remove internet explorer

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 Is there a possible way to remove internet explorer on my computer?

Or it is built in with my Operation System?

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Best Answer by Sharath Reddy
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How to remove internet explorer

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If you are not using your Internet Explorer browser and would like to completely remove it then there are several ways to do so however I wouldn’t recommend getting rid of IE completely because it might cripple some commands on your Operating System as it actually comes in with the installation of the program.

What I would recommend though is to disable your Internet Explorer if you are not using it:

  • From IE just select Tools then go to Internet Options and choose Connections then LAN Settings
  • Tick on the check box that is next to “Use a Proxy Server for your LAN”
  • Type 0.0.0.0 in the address box then put in 80 in the Port box
  • Click on Ok
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Answered By 567090 points N/A #108961

How to remove internet explorer

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Nope, there is no way of removing that web browser from your operating system. It is integrated with Microsoft Windows when you install it and there’s no way of removing it even if you disable it from the Add/Remove Windows Component found in the Add or Remove Programs applet in the Control Panel.

I’ve also fancied it before and even searched lots of different websites just to find a solution to permanently remove Microsoft Internet Explorer from my operating system. But there is really no solution to it. The web browser is really useless on my computer because I’m using different web browsers.

The only thing you can do is to improve it by upgrading it to the latest version available for your operating system. In my case, I’m only using Windows XP Service Pack 3 and this version of Microsoft Windows is only allowed to upgrade until Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 and that’s the limit.

To upgrade your Microsoft Internet Explorer to the latest version, visit Microsoft Windows Internet Explorer.

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