Prevent internet explorer from updating
Important You'll only see and be able to use the IE Customization Wizard 11 - Automatic Configuration page if you're creating an internal IE installation package.For more information about the IE Customization Wizard 11 - Automatic Configuration page, see Use the Automatic Configuration page in the IEAK 11 Wizard.For added protection, back up your registry so you can restore it if a problem occurs.To add the registry key registry key, you can change your automatic configuration settings to pick up the updated branding.Automatic configuration lets you apply custom branding and graphics to your internal Internet Explorer installations, running on Windows 8.1 or Windows Server 2012 R2.For more information about adding custom branding and graphics to your IE package, see Customize the toolbar button and Favorites List icons using IEAK 11.If you would rather prevent Internet Explorer from handling links and other content, you can disable it entirely.Internet Explorer 11 is the final version and will no longer be supported in future versions of Windows as Microsoft has replaced it with their newest browser, Microsoft Edge.
For more information about Enhanced Protected Mode, see the Enhanced Protected Mode post on IEBlog, and both the Understanding Enhanced Protected Mode and the Enhanced Protected Mode and Local Files blog posts on IEInternals.
So, this won’t block a seasoned geek, but it’ll at least keep your kids from opening up the wrong browser!
Be warned that there are some Internet applications that make use of the connection settings in your Internet Options.
Enhanced Protected Mode is a new feature in Internet Explorer 10.
It works by extending the existing Protected Mode functionality to help prevent attackers from installing software, accessing personal information, accessing information from corporate Intranets, and from modifying system settings.