Are you using one of these methods to disable Internet Explorer on Windows? If so, I think it can only disable IE app.
I made a test that disable Internet Explorer in Windows Features, then use WebBrowser Control which is based on MSHTML engine. WebBrowser Control can still work after disabling Internet Explorer. So I think it can only disable IE app.
Besides, as far as I know we can't disable/remove MSHTML in Windows as it's a part of the operating system.
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By disabling IE feature, IE desktop application can't work any more, so I think there's no way to use something "through IE".
The MSHTML (Trident) engine is the engine used by IE mode and IE mode will be supported through at least 2029.
I have not heard from you for a couple of days. Please let me know if there is anything that I can help here.
Sorry foy my late reply.
Thank you for the information you shared to me. Im ok with it for now knowing that MSHTML will still be supported. We proceed with disabling IE11 feature.
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