Re: Two questions
1. 'IE8 WindowsXP-X86 ENU.exe' is the installer. Once you have installed
IE 8, you no longer need the installer, so you may as well delete it.
IE 8 (like IE 7) does not place an icon on the desktop as did previous
versions of IE. Something to do with a legal settlement. You can create
an icon on your own.
2. Please describe what the 'new web page' looks like.
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L. V. Bekeris wrote:
> 1. After downloading IE8, the icon reads IE8 WindowsXP-X86 ENU.exe., not
> just plain IE8 icon. What am I doing wrong?
> 2. No matter which page I am on, a new web page opens by itself, in a 1/4
> page format. Also when I try to open up a web page myself, it opens very
> slowly with a clicking sound.