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I first suggest that you download and install the browser you would like to use. Rather than uninstall Internet Explorer, you can simple delete the shortcuts from your desktop and Start Menu.
If you want to uninstall Internet Explorer, do the following:
Type " appwiz.cpl " in the box and click OK
Find, select Internet Explorer 7 and click "Remove"
You have not mentioned the operating system .. plz mention it .. However generally you can open computer or my computer .. go to the c: drive go to program files and look for internet explorer folder .. in that folder you could find an icon which looks like IE but would be written iexplorer.. U can use this as your IE .. rt click send to desktop and you will have an icon for it in the desktop. you can rename it to anything you like once it is in your desktop screen..
Here is a link to the download of OE 6.0
Outlook Express is a part of Internet Explorer 4.0 through 6.0. It is a part of Windows XP. If you have Vista or Windows 7 you cannot use Outlook Express. Vista has Windows Mail preinstalled. Windows 7 has no installed desktop mail program. However you can download and use Windows Live Mail or Mozilla Thunderbird in Windows 7
While loading/viewing a web-page, using Microsoft Internet Explorer Version 7, under Windows Vista (4=WindowsNT, 5=Windows2000, 7=Windows7), it "crashed".
Try the same web-page from another computer also running Vista and IE7. If it works, then something on your computer is the problem.
Restart your computer, and try again to access the same web-page.
If you get the same problem, upgrade to Internet Explorer 8, and try again.
If you still get the same problem, contact the author of the web-page, and get them to investigate.
its a laptop they usually stink /w internet, but stay near or hardwired to your modem or wifi module or you can get a d-link laptop/desktop internet connector to improve your internet. oh, and sometimes internet explorer and firefox cancel each other out.