How do you use Microsoft Internet Explorer (6.0) when upgrading to Windows XP?
The Microsoft Internet Explorer (6.0) was simple to repair using either Windows 98 or Windows ME. I have upgraded to Windows XP, and that function seems to have vanished. How do I repair it from XP? If it is not repairable, what other options/solutions do I have?
This question was answered on March 6, 2004. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.After upgrading to Windows XP, one must install Internet Explorer 6 SP1 in order to use Microsoft Internet Explorer (6.0).Internet Explorer 6 SP1 setup installs the majority of its files on the drive where the Windows operating system is installed, regardless of the installation location you choose.
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Posted by Student of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on March 6, 2004