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IE6 to IE7


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oshoshitzu

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I am considering changing to IE7, does IE7 install over IE6? Is this the correct way to do it?


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First, what operating system are you running?
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First, what operating system are you running?



XP Pro SP2

Edited by oshoshitzu, 18 March 2008 - 03:27 PM.

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Officially, it has only been possible on two occasions to have more than one version of Internet Explorer on any Windows computer. This, for anybody who reads this after finding it in Google, was during the time when Internet Explorer 5 was released, and also when Internet Explorer 5.5 was released - both of these allowed you to have Internet Explorer 4 and 5/5.5 together. Since Internet Explorer 6, this has been no longer an option and all new releases install over existing versions.
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I am considering changing to IE7, does IE7 install over IE6? Is this the correct way to do it?

yep..and if it gives you any problems uninstall it and it will automatically roll back to 6

Edited by happyrck, 18 March 2008 - 03:52 PM.

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