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Molo

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I've downloaded IE 7 and I'm having trouble, I have used it for a while, but now it won't work at all. When it opens, it says it is connecting, but then nothing, and it still shows that it is connecting. Also, Outlook Express is having issues. It says I need to reload it. If anyone can help me go back to IE 6 or fix the problem I have, I would greatly appreciate it.


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try firefox! 100 times better than IE.
IE is easly hacked
you can import your favorites to firefox!!
http://www.mozilla.com/firefox/
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I agree with "eclipsehome". Firefox is amazing, faser, and reliable. :whistling:
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I already have Firefox, but somethings won't work on it, so I want IE and Firefox both. Need help with removing 7 and replacing it with 6. Thanks in advance

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ok since firefox doznt work for you and Internet explorer is giving you probs try one of 2 things.

1. Opera : fastest browser available according to tests etc
2. Avant browser : Pretty dam fast but also has almost all the cool features of firefox, IE , and opera combined. Its basically well balanced.And i havent faced and bugs so far.
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If you click the right arrows next to Tools then Help->Send Feedback it brings you to Microsoft's IE7 FAQ page. It has instructions on how to uninstall IE7. Here's the URL:

http://www.microsoft...rt/default.mspx

I suspect it's checking for IE7 to take you to the proper page.

So far I haven't had problems except that when an email is open in Outlook, it won't download images. It does work in preview mode however.
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I just uninstalled IE7 and it reinstalled IE6, which is working fine. Thanks for all the info and suggestions.
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Edited by Matt T, 16 December 2007 - 09:05 PM.

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i use firefox but thanks for the IE tips on activexcontrolers! i use IE for some sites that dont work with firefox.
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You're welcome :whistling:

Edited by Matt T, 16 December 2007 - 09:05 PM.

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