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Internet Explorer 11 is offered through Automatic Updates and Windows Update as an Important update.
Users running Windows 7 SP1, who have chosen to download and install updates automatically through Windows Update, are automatically upgraded to Internet Explorer 11.
User’s without local administrator accounts won’t be prompted to install the update and will continue using their current version of Internet Explorer.
The shorter version may simply be that even three years in, even being bundled with Windows 10, precious few people were using Edge. Chrome dominates the desktop browser space, notching over 60 percent market share over the last year or more. But even when you combine mobile, tablet, and desktop traffic, at least one metric slots IE in third place, accounting for about 10 percent of users. The enduring popularity of Internet Explorer has long been a handy punchline.
But in November of this year—as in, about a week ago—second place went to Internet Explorer, at a hair over 11 percent. But it can also tell you a lot about why Edge failed to take off, and Microsoft's latest moves might finally convince people to leave their zombie browser for dead.
Internet Explorer 11 replaces Internet Explorer 8, Internet Explorer 9, or Internet Explorer 10.
If you decide you don’t want Internet Explorer 11, and you’re running Windows 7 SP1 or Windows Server 2008 R2 with SP1, you can uninstall it from the View installed updates section of the Uninstall an update page of the Control Panel.