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Changeing Browser


bpboon2

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At the moment I run IE9. Was thinking of changing to Chrome or Firefox. If I change will IE9 still stay on my computer so I can revert to it if wanted?

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buteman

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Yes it stays on the computer and you can use it whenever you want.

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Ian in Northampton

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When you install your alternative browser, you will be asked (or will have the option) to set it as your default browser. If, every time you click a link, you want it to open up in your new browser, you should choose this. As Buteman says, IE will stay on your system - and you'll probably want to keep it there because you'll occasionally find web sites that work better with IE.

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bpboon2

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Thank's will try a new browser cheers Bill

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