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Last post Feb 24, 2012 07:02 PM by bbcompent1
Feb 24, 2012 03:22 PM|LINK
Some web applications get perturbed when we try using IE9. Since this is a MS Update and can be deployed on normal windows updates, we sometimes need to remove it such as is the case with some WebMatrix web applications and possibly Visual Studio web applications
as well. I just struggled with this for a time so I wanted to share with others to help them avoid the same headaches. The process to remove it is rather easy once you know how.
Start > Control Panel > Programs and Features > left column, click View Installed Updates
> wait for loading >
scroll down to find Windows Internet Explorer 9 > right click & click uninstall
Feb 24, 2012 07:02 PM|LINK
Keep in mind, this is not an ideal solution but only a helpful tip to get you over the hump while you fix your web applications. Also, useful in situations where a web application is not working but you have no access to fix it.