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bluepoint

join:2001-03-24
reply to cmcasey79

Re: [Info] Internet Explorer 9 BETA Released

said by cmcasey79:

It replaces IE8, and installs both 64 and 32 bit versions.
Is there an uninstall feature to go back to IE8 if needed to?


FFH
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join:2002-03-03
Tavistock NJ
kudos:5

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said by bluepoint:

said by cmcasey79:

It replaces IE8, and installs both 64 and 32 bit versions.
Is there an uninstall feature to go back to IE8 if needed to?
Control panel; uninstall; a program; make sure the "view installed updates" feature is enabled.



EDIT:
P.S.>> Found out I couldn't attach the above pic to the BBR post here in IE9 without the attached pic showing as a blank image. When I switched to Chrome, it worked. Bug in IE9 or in BBR's attachment code?


Gone Fishing
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join:2001-06-29

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reply to bluepoint

[Info] How to Uninstall Internet Explorer 9 BETA

said by bluepoint:

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Is there an uninstall feature to go back to IE8 if needed to?

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bluepoint

join:2001-03-24

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Re: [Info] Internet Explorer 9 BETA Released

Thanks to all!!


SilentMan

join:2002-07-15
New York, NY
reply to Gone Fishing

Tried it. Still has holes; went to a page that tried to load a malware but was caught by Avast, not IE beta 9. Went to a page to try HTML5 demo video. Didn't work. Went to youtube, tried to choose a video from the search drop down list, didn't do it either.

Now, compared to the useless IE8, it is way too fast!

Since this is the first beta, it is understandable that many things won't work, but now it looks like Microsoft is getting serious about developing a good browser; it seems like Chrome and Opera are giving them heat. I wish I could say the same for FireFox, but their latest drop is disappointing, it's slow and sometimes it stalls loading pages, something that doesn't happen with Opera.