Explorer.exe - Kill all processes at once
Kill all explorer.exe running processes with one click
Published by limneos
13 Feb 2009
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Is this how I delete IE 32 bit version or inactivate it?? I am running windows 7 ultimate 64 bit and I noticed there are 2 browsers. A 32 bit and 64 bit (which is located in all programs). The default when I click on the "E" 32 bit IE automatically pops up. My real question is: Should I be using 64bit IE all the time as my default since I am using 64 bit windows 7 ?? I found out which version I was using by clicking on the "Help" tab in the upper right hand corner of explorere then clicking on "About Internet Explorer" if no version is displayed than you are using the 32 bit version if using 64 bit then 64 bit version will be displayed. Does it really matter which version is used?? Shouldn't the 64 bit version be the default in Windows 7 64 bit?? Thanks in advance.
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