Going back to IE9 from IE10

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Internet Explorer 10
Internet Explorer 9
I upgraded to Internet Explorer 10 and as it turns out, some of the stuff I am running can only run with IE9 and I need to go back to IE9. How can I uninstall IE10 but still have an internet connection to get back to IE9? I think there was an option that was like “download IE9 but run later” or something like that…is that what I do? I just don’t want to uninstall IE10 and be dead in the water.

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Windows 7
ASKED: March 14, 2013  1:25 PM
UPDATED: September 7, 2013  9:18 PM

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  • TomLiotta
    The internet connection won't go away when you uninstall IE 10. However, what might go away is your familiar way of accessing web content through the connection.   One common action is to download and install a second browser such as FireFox first. Once you have an alternative installed, you can use it to do basic IE product downloads even if IE isn't installed at all.   Become familiar enough with a second browser at least to do basic work. Future issues will be much easier to work around.   Tom
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  • AndreaF
    I always recommend that people have two different browsers on their machines, as they can (and will) sometimes get corrupted. if you don't have a back-up, it is difficult to maintain functionality while you are waiting to get it fixed. I vote with Tom - I always have both Firefox and IE.
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