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How to Get an Earlier Version of Internet Explorer

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I recently updated to Internet Explorer Version 6. Two of my internet-based local data sources now lock up at one stage or another of the process. No keyboard actions have any effect. When I hit Alt-Ctrl-Del, I find that Micrsoft's Internet Explorer is not responding. Have to End Explorer program to get back to Desk top to start anything new.

I'd like to go back to an earlier version of Internet Explorer to see if that helps. How can I get an earlier version -- say Ver. 4?
 

Mountain Man

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Might try looking on an older program CD, like from your internet provider or other vendor, many have Explore on them.
 

David in Alabama

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If you are an MSN subscriber call 1 800 386-5550 they will help.
David
 

Jeff Horton

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I use 5.5 because I dont want 6. But I installed 6 once and did not like it. I just uninstalled it and it reverted back to the previous version of 5.5. You said you upgraded so you can probably just uninstall 6 and revert back to what you had. 5 and 5.5 have given me little problems. Unlike the early versions of 6 I tried.
 
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