Jonny Man: From what I have reached, is where you get to uninstall an update, now.. here is where I'll find "Internet Explorer 10" correct? I do not see that at all...
kyle bouley: Ok, problem. Seems to work great for everyone, however; i get an error messsage stating that it couldnt complete the install. why is this?
Joey Cocivera: What if Internet Explorer 10 isn't in the list? I have IE10, but it doesn't show up in the Installed Updates list.
Alex Putra: if i select "turn windows feature on/off" and i untick the internet exploreer 10, would it be just the same?
Yoshiller: WAIT WHAT!? HOW DID YOU RECORD YOUR COMPUTER EVEN WHEN IT WAS RESTARTING!?
God: What if you have IE11, downgraded to IE10, but want IE9? I can't find IE10 anywhere like it doesn't exist.
carlos augusto: I have got a question: you downgraded to 9 version. I mean - 10 > to. but if even so, I want to downgrade from 9 to 8, is that possible to carry out like this or I should carry it out in another way ?
Serge Lobov: thanks a lot!!!
jen kindig: quick and painless- thanks!
Pratik Shah: Thank you.!
Matt Horner: It's like the 'first time' message that it always shows on IE on first use, either button isn't permanent.
Jacob Courtney: happened to me too!
Ismail Wan: Forgot to mention, right after i rebooted my computer, there's this pop-up window asking about whether i want to manage my personal setting or preferences or somewhat (can't remember well), and i clicked no.
Ismail Wan: Hi. I have a problem. I have followed the correct steps of downgrading to IE9 but after i have rebooted my computer, i cannot open the IE browser (it shows unidentified icon, like the icon of files of unsupported format). When i tried searching for the installed programs (in programs and features), i cannnot find IE in my computer but when I tried to reinstall IE, it states that i already have IE previously installed in my computer. What should i do?
Matt Horner: Yeh it seems it will be released with Windows 8.1 and Server 2012 R2
Sona Kocourkova: thank you! really useful ;-)
Matt Horner: +1
Brooklyn Bobby: Because IE 10 sucks, that's why!
Susan Ryan: Worked like a charm! Thanks so much for posting this.
Matt Horner: Debatable - has some compatibility issues.
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