How to close programs uninstall may continue

I'm trying to uninstall/install adobe flashplayer.  Adobe flashplyr starts to uninstall when I get the message that the uninstaller will resume when I close programs that are running, which is IE.  I think it's locked so how do I close it without losing the window of uninstall?

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Right-click the button on the taskbar of IE and close this window. Alternatively, remove Adobe Flash via the control panel.
 

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