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If a remove my Internet Explorer is there anywhere i can download Internet Explorer again reason i ask is because i have service pack 2 and ''Microsoft'' only have it for service pack 1 on there site.
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Right click on your desktop (not on any icons, just anywhere on the background), click on properties, click on the Desktop tab, and click on Customize Desktop.

Then you should see a little area with four checkboxes, and one of them should be Internet Explorer. Enable that checkbox, hit apply, then OK, then OK once more. Internet Explorer should be on your desktop.

Otherwise, you can download Mozilla Firefox from http://www.mozilla.com/firefox/

Cheers =]
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Thx for replying Seven!,

But the thing is i already have it on the desktop i need to fully install it again but if i do uninstall would what you told me reinstall it again ?

Oh and i have ''Firefox'' already i just use I.E for my downloads (sometimes crash in Forefox) & for Rapidshare.

Thats why i really need it up and runnin again.
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