Removing IE 7

Removing IE 7

By Jeremy Schoemaker February 18, 2007

Fun fun fun! I just spent the last 30 mins trying to figure out how to uninstall internet explorer 7 from my pc after finding out its incompatable with the few applications I even keep windows around for.

If you try to do it just by going to add/remove software you wont find it. Here is how you have to do it:

1. Go to Control Panel

2. Click Add or Remove Programs

3. Click Show Updates checkbox

4. Click whatever version of IE7 you have. For example "Internet Explorer 7 Beta 2 Preview"

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