Internet Explorer 11 comes with Windows 10. Since Internet Explorer is a Windows feature, you can’t uninstall it, but you can turn it on and off.
If Internet Explorer is turned off, it’s not available for use by any users on the PC and can’t be launched for any reason, even if no other browser is available on the system. The program files to launch and use Internet Explorer are removed to a separate storage location as a backup copy so that a user can turn Internet Explorer back on.
When Internet Explorer is turned off using Windows Features there is minimal impact on third-party programs (and other parts of Windows itself) that call upon Internet Explorer app services, because the Internet Explorer files that provide functionality to third parties and other parts of Windows are left intact.
This tutorial will show you how to install or uninstall Internet Explorer 11 (IE11) for all users in Windows 10.