You upgraded to IE10 but have decided to downgrade back to IE9.
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This is done using Programs and Features. I am using Windows 7 for this article.
- Go to the Control Panel.
- Click on Programs.
- Click on Turn Windows Features On or Off under Programs and Features.
- The Windows Features window will appear.
- Deselect Internet Explorer 10.
- Click Ok.
- Windows will roll-back IE10. This may take a few minutes.
- Windows will want to restart. Click Restart Later.