I too had IE9 thrust upon me via the guise of being an important update... didn't appreciate that. While I was trying to get it up to speed with how I had things working smoothly for me with IE8, I found some glitches in IE9 that made me look for info on how to get it out of my system and return to IE8. I believe it was a simple uninstall, where IE8 was automatically restored. The next day the update notice came up again with IE9 listed so I did what I could to eliminate its status as being anything I want.
I think too many companies are rushing to get their unfinished products out the door these days. I can wait for html5 to be a released standard before I need a browser that incorporates tidbits of its undeveloped functionality.
Thanks for your reply. I found that the IE9 uninstall feature will activate IE8 again. I am looking for a fix for the IE9 'Square' problem, but I may be ahead of the developers on this.
I to have had a lot of trouble viewing fox news video I have
ie9 and windows 7
on a new HP Intel i7. It seems no matter whic
h computer I attempt to view fox news video it always fails. Any solutions? Is there a trick to viewing because it must be viewed by other viewers without incidents.
The problems I experienced have been solved. Adobe recently released Flash Player 11 and all video problems/issues I had experienced have been solved. This latest Flash Player 11 is working everyday on both of my Windows 7, IE9 computers error free. Thank you for your reply.