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highside

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Hi, Originally my laptop (Win7 64bit)came with IE8 and two desktop icons one labelled 64 bit and one is 32bit. I always used the 32bit to connect as at the time there was a security alert for Internet Explorer 64bit. Having downloaded IE9 is it safe to assume that I should now be clicking on the 64bit icon. (if you see what I mean) Thanks.

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gengiscant

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I tend to use IE9 32 bit with Windows 7, I think there are still problems with the 64 bit version. So delete the 64 bit icon if you do not use it.

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highside

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Thanks for that.

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