We received feedback from customers that the interstitial page is sometimes confusing for users, and the right browser should just open automatically.We’ve heard your feedback and, beginning with the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, the interstitial page will be removed by default.Take note of the most recent version; keep this page open. Keep the IE browser open and click on the "Help" menu at the top.Select "About Internet Explorer" in the drop-down menu to open an informational window. If your currently installed version is the same as that reflected on Microsoft's home page for IE, an upgrade is unnecessary.And so from now on, Internet Explorer will quietly update itself just as Windows does.Starting in January, users in Australia and Brazil will be the begin receiving automatic IE updates.It automatically opens a new tab in the browser containing download page of IE11.
But there might be some situations when a user doesn't want to upgrade to latest IE11 version.
Microsoft has decided that the time has come to make sure that all users of Internet Explorer are using the most current version possible.
To accomplish that goal, they’re turning on automatic updates.
After the page advances, click the "Download" button.
Ensure the IE file download is saved to a location that you can easily recall.