Re: ie 7 64 bit
It's even easier than that....
In IE (6, 7 or 8 - and maybe 5), just click Help | About Internet Explorer.
If it says 64-bit edition, then it is 64-bit. If it doesn't say 64-bit,
then it's 32-bit.
(And, of course, if you are running 32-bit WinXP or Vista, then IE is
R. C. White, CPA
San Marcos, TX
Microsoft Windows MVP
(Running Windows Live Mail 2008 0908 in Win7 x64 6801)
"Carlos" <Carlos@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Let's check which Internet Explorer (32 or 64) you are running.
> Press simultaneously Shift-Ctrl-Esc to bring up the task manager and go to
> the "Processes" tab.
> Look for the "iexplore.exe" process.
> It will be IE-32 if you can see an *32 beside it.
> If there is no *32 then it is IE-64.
> Could you check that, please?
> "theclyburns" wrote:
>> I activated the quick launch bar but the only ie listed is the 64 bit
>> version. also did some searching and based on something i read about
>> vista i
>> went into c:\program files(x86)\internet explorer and tried that one but
>> too is 64 bit. if i reinstalled ie 6(which came with the xp pro) would
>> get rid of ie 7 64 bit?
>> "Carlos" wrote:
>> > Hi,
>> > XP pro 64-bit includes both IE-32 bit and IE-64 bit.
>> > Both can coexist and used separately.
>> > IE-32 bit can be easily launched if you enable the quicklaunch toolbar
>> > in
>> > the taskbar.
>> > It is the icon with the letter "E".
>> > Carlos
>> > "PA Bear [MS MVP]" wrote:
>> > > [[Forwarded to Win64Bit General newsgroup via crosspost]]
>> > >
>> > > theclyburns wrote:
>> > > > i installed win xp pro 64 bit and made the mistake of letting it
>> > > > upgrade
>> > > > me
>> > > > to ie 7 64 bit. how do i change it to 32 bit?