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Installing 32bit IE9 on a 64bit system
It has been said that the 32bit IE9 is a lot faster than it's 64bit sibling. But the installation of the 32bit version on a 64bit system is a bit confusing. This article helps.
First, as many of you have discovered, if you try to download and install 32-bit IE 9 on a 64-bit Windows PC, youíll get the error message: ďThis version of setup doesnít support your Windows system type (32-bit/64-bit).Ē Itís right. You canít.
Instead what you need to do is to download the 64-bit version of IE 9. Yes, I know, itís the version you donít want if you want great Web browser performance, just stick with me. After youíve done this, if you look at your All Programs menu, youíll see, right under Internet Explorer (64-bit), ďInternet Explorer,Ē thatís the 32-bit version.
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