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Quote:> i work in a school system and we would like to disable or
> uninstall internet explorer on a few computers that will
> be used as by students to access the library card
> catalog... i've been told that explorer is and integral
> part of the system and cannot be uninstalled and no one
> seems to know how to disable it... can anyone help?
I am now using IE 5 as my browser. I like using it and don't want to
change. However, as new versions are released, sometimes IE 5 is not
recognized as IE 5. I wanted to uninstall and then reinstall. I cannot
do that because I get the message uninstall disabled. I had IE 3 and then
IE 4 on my computer.
I am running Windows 98
I have a 333 computer with 64
The only help I have seen is for people who want to take IE off completely
and not use it again.
A friend of mine suggested I delete as much as possible. Then Norton
Utilities would recognize there were files that didn't match and I would
be able to do it that way. I am writing sort of short hand but hopefully
you understand what I mean. Is this a good idea?
Is there anything I can do. Thanks for any help.
I would say although I am not an expert, I understand quite a bit and am
not afraid of the computer at all.
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