I've recently installed Start Menu 8 to create a win 7 menu and bypass the tiles, but now I don't see IE 10 listed anywhere. Where could it go? I didn't think you could get rid of IE10. I use Chrome as my default browser, but I would like to open IE 10 if needed.
Check the programs list from the control panel. I'm on my laptop w/windows 7 and I will check my desktop with windows 8 that has start8 on it and see if has it listed. There might be some minor differences with the different types of the classic shell apps that they different vendors offer.
Ok...just checked my desktop...it's has it list in the programs list using the start button and then clicking more programs. It's listed at the top with the icons. It also might have something to do with your default browser setting. Try switching IE as default and see if it doesn't show up. Set it as default and then reboot.
Did you try Mike's suggestion? As IE 10 is an integral part of Windows 8, it actually can't be removed so it being 'uninstalled' is impossible. Press Win+R to open the run dialog and type "iexplore" (no R on the end!). I guarantee it will open. i'm not familiar with any of these start screen replacement programs but if you create a new shortcut anywhere and point it to c:\windows\system32\iexplore.exe, you can access it.
I corrected the file location for him and as I already mentioned Internet Explorer can not be removed from Windows 8, so your link is useless. Yes it can be turned off, but not removed as its actually vital to the operation of Windows.