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30 May, 2007

Welcome step back

It's a little disturbing that no-one has noticed this until now (presumably we're too conditioned), but it is entirely possible to remove IE7 from Windows XP, automatically restoring IE6.

Unless there's a problem, it's as simple as using Windows' integral 'Add or Remove Programs' function, but the linked page (from Microsoft itself – this isn't a third-party hack) offers an alternative technique (IE7's own hidden uninstaller) as backup.

Why do it, especially as I only use IE for 'Windows Update'? Quite simply, I intensely dislike the user interface (the 'Refresh' button is in the wrong place) and it seems to mess around with my Windows Explorer and general internet settings. Nothing major; I just don't like it.

[Via Lifehacker.]

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