Uninstall Windows Internet Explorer 8

After the release of IE8 Beta, so many people are keen to download it, install it, see how it performs and what improvements he has to beat its rivals and its earlier versions. But, more and more people find it more like a headache than an real effective tool for surfing. Thanks to it, you cannot access online bank account; Many plugins needed for ASP.net programs cannot be installed properly, etc. So eventually, you like to have it removed completely. But you will find it a little tricky to uninstall IE8 Beta since it does not appear in the Add/Remove Programs. Forcibly deleting it manually could cause unexpected malfunction of your system. If you want to correctly uninstall IE8 Beta, apply the steps as below:

Make sure the IE8 has been installed in its default directory, check Add/Remove programs list, if you see “Windows Internet Explorer 8”, click and remove it. Unfortunately, many people find nothing in the list regarding IE8 because what they have installed is IE8 Beta1, which is usually installed by a manner of system update. In this case, ticket the checkbox of “display update” right above the list of “Current installed programs and updates” in Add/Remove Programs, find every update record about IE8, delete them all. This is by far the perfect way to uninstall IE8 and let your IE “scroll back” to its earlier version. Remember to restart your computer, of course.

Click Start->Run, type C:e8puninstpuninst.exe. Run this official uninstall program in Safe Mode if you find errors when applying “display update” uninstall. In most situations this way can get IE8 off your machine.

Finally, if you end up with unsuccessful uninstall, an annoying prompt may appear saying that you already have a higher version of IE and your system refuses to initiate the installation of earlier version of IE. To deal with it, here is a small trick to “deceive” the system: Reinstall IE8. Click Start->Run, type Regedit to open Registry Editor, find HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/SOFTWARE/Microsoft/Active Setup/Installed Components/{89820200-ECBD-11cf-8B85-00AA005B4383}change the key value of DWOD from isInstalled to 0. Also find HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/SOFTWARE/Microsoft/ActiveSetup/Installed Components /{ 44BBA840 -CC51-11CF-AAFA-00AA00B6015C}, change the key value of DWOD from isInstalled to 0. Then run the IE install program of any version, you may now proceed.

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