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Vista Plus MIE 9

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thecavern

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I just dowloaded MIE 9 which replaced my MIE 8.

 

It runs a lot slower than the previous version.

 

When I open MIE 9, I've noticed that, at the top, it reads "optimized for Bing and MSN".

 

Could that be what's causing the slow speed ?

 

If so, is there a way to get rid of that "optimization" or am I stuck with it ?

 

JIM




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JodyT

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Hmmm, I must say that IE9 runs quite well on my system.  I am running the 64-bit build full time.

 

Are you running classic desktop?  I only ask because in Baisc and Aero modes, there is no title.


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Jody Thornton

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Kelsenellenelvian

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Looks like he did not get a standard ie installer either, I've seen the ones that are optimized for msn and crap. They are modified installers. Not standard straight from ms

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As far as I rememer, I went to the Microsoft Web Site to download MIE9.

 

Perhaps I could download it again ?? Does it matter that I already have it ??



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it'll probably prompt for repair


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Go into installed updates and find the entry for ie9 then you can uninstall and re install it.






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