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how to I go back to internet explorer 9 from internet explorer 10

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  • Greetings, I recently installed internet explorer 10 from the Microsoft website and installed it and ever since I have performed this I am having nothing but problems with it. I am running a 64-bit machine and I did download the 64-bit version and installation and other downloads performed correctly. Every single time I go to a web page and error message keeps appearing on the page indicating "script error do you wish to continue running this script on this page". I went to the help community regarding this and I was informed to always click on the "No option" , and it will stop. That is not true. When I was using internet explorer 9, I never encountered this problem ever. Ever since I have downloaded internet explorer 10 64-bit version it has caused nothing but problems, and since I am on the road all the time, it is costing me time with this error, rather then me spending time on my clients and customers.

    While I am here, I recently was forced to go from my hotmail account in which I use all the time for business reasons. Now, it is Outlook, and it is simply the worst, slowest, poorest designed software that Microsoft has ever released into production. All it does is hang, takes forever to compose a mail, and multiple issues as well. I reached out again to the Microsoft community and someone had posted a line of code to insert into your web browser after you login to outlook and then you paste this line into the web browser line and execute,  and it will return you to hotmail. This is not true at all and does not work as I tried it multiple time. Also, someone had posted to click on the gear and at the bottom there is a button to go back to hotmail. That would be good if I had that button available to me. I appreciate your professional time and assistance on this. 

    Saturday, March 09, 2013 1:09 AM

Answers

  • Script errors,

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/308260

    The new outlook.com format is here to stay/ get used to it or switch to another email service,

    A couple of things which help a little bit,

    Add these to site to your Restricted sites list,

    Disable messenger and stop adds on the right column,

    geo.messenger.services.live.com

    https://ads1.msads.net

    Saturday, March 09, 2013 5:59 PM
  • error message keeps appearing on the page indicating "script error do you wish to continue running this script on this page"

    went to the help community regarding this and I was informed to always click on the "No option" , and it will stop.

     

    Which thread was that done in?  Others cannot see all of your activity, either here or on Answers...

    http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/profile/077463ac-267b-4ac7-8d89-540cd74dc6c3

     

    While I am here, I recently was forced to go from my hotmail account in which I use all the time for business reasons. Now, it is Outlook

    I reached out again to the Microsoft community and someone had posted a line of code to insert into your web browser after you login to outlook and then you paste this line into the web browser line and execute,  and it will return you to hotmail. 

    Again, a link to the thread in question would help your readers.   However, the forum that you should be posting in about this is one that you have had replies that you haven't even acknowledged so far

    http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/profile/077463ac-267b-4ac7-8d89-540cd74dc6c3?forum=windowslive&tm=1362875068641

     

    To answer the question implied by your title (but not asked in the body of your post), IE10 in W7 is an update to the OS, so you need to find that update and uninstall it.   E.g. use your Start Menu Search for View Installed Updates and then use its Search (Ctrl-e) with I* E* 10 

     

    FYI

     
    Robert Aldwinckle
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    Sunday, March 10, 2013 12:49 AM

All replies

  • Script errors,

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/308260

    The new outlook.com format is here to stay/ get used to it or switch to another email service,

    A couple of things which help a little bit,

    Add these to site to your Restricted sites list,

    Disable messenger and stop adds on the right column,

    geo.messenger.services.live.com

    https://ads1.msads.net

    Saturday, March 09, 2013 5:59 PM
  • Dear Ray

    Go to All Programs.... Accessories...Tools ...System Restore and restore to before you installed IE10

    I agree ...Hotmail has gone from bad to worse.

    Saturday, March 09, 2013 8:14 PM
  • error message keeps appearing on the page indicating "script error do you wish to continue running this script on this page"

    went to the help community regarding this and I was informed to always click on the "No option" , and it will stop.

     

    Which thread was that done in?  Others cannot see all of your activity, either here or on Answers...

    http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/profile/077463ac-267b-4ac7-8d89-540cd74dc6c3

     

    While I am here, I recently was forced to go from my hotmail account in which I use all the time for business reasons. Now, it is Outlook

    I reached out again to the Microsoft community and someone had posted a line of code to insert into your web browser after you login to outlook and then you paste this line into the web browser line and execute,  and it will return you to hotmail. 

    Again, a link to the thread in question would help your readers.   However, the forum that you should be posting in about this is one that you have had replies that you haven't even acknowledged so far

    http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/profile/077463ac-267b-4ac7-8d89-540cd74dc6c3?forum=windowslive&tm=1362875068641

     

    To answer the question implied by your title (but not asked in the body of your post), IE10 in W7 is an update to the OS, so you need to find that update and uninstall it.   E.g. use your Start Menu Search for View Installed Updates and then use its Search (Ctrl-e) with I* E* 10 

     

    FYI

     
    Robert Aldwinckle
    ---

    Sunday, March 10, 2013 12:49 AM