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Old 5 Apr 2011, 07:38 AM   #1
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Can somebody help me downgrade my IE9 for W7? I'm wondering if I downloaded the Yahoo version that caused me problems before. The IE9 I have blocks me from uploading videos to You Tube from my PC, it doesn't always allow me to copy and paste, sometimes my cursor doesn't appear and also the IE9 crashes completely. How pathetic is this software. Don't Microsoft test anything? I can't find IE9 in my Programs And Features. Can anyone help me?

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Control Panel/Programs/Programs and Features/View Installed Updates/Click on Windows Internet Explorer 9/Uninstall
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Control Panel/Programs/Programs and Features/View Installed Updates/Click on Windows Internet Explorer 9/Uninstall
Many thanks for that. Since I downgraded, my version that I'm using now is acting sluggish now. It crashes when I want to copy and paste.
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I'm using Chromium 12.0.717.0 from the nightly builds on Windows Seven 32 bit. My system has only 2 GB ram. But when I click Chromium it snaps open. It's lightning fast. IE is new to tabs and new to multiple exe processes(if it even uses them I dunno'.) Might as well use a browser that has all that debugged already. I think if you try it you'll be using others only as backups. I loved FF but with Chromium I can do all the same stuff faster with 11 extensions instead of 22 in FF. It has the must have stuff already built in.

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