How to Remove a Corrupted Microsoft Internet Explorer

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You can get rid of a corrupted installation of Internet Explorer.

Internet Explorer is a Web browser created by Microsoft. It runs exclusively on the Windows family of operating systems. Internet Explorer is a complex software application, including networking code, graphical components and full-featured interpreters for several languages. Sometimes one of those components gets corrupted, resulting in loss of functionality. In those cases, you can uninstall the current Internet Explorer altogether.

Instructions

    • 1

      Log in to the computer as any user with administrator rights.

    • 2

      Click the Windows orb, then "Control Panel."

    • 3

      Click "Programs," then "Programs and Features." Find Internet Explorer in the list, and then click once on it to select it. Click "Uninstall." Enter the administrator password if prompted for it.

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