RE: ie 64

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Carlos

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Drew,
IE7 32-bit (the default one in Vista x64) has all the bells and whistles you
are used to.
IE7 64-bit looks more like a barebones, and faster one, because it lacks of
flash animations, java and activex as they are all 32-bit.
Some prefer IE7 64-bit, like Charlie, other IE7 32-bit.
If you don't need the flashing gizmos, IE7 64-bit is all you need.
Carlos

"Drew" wrote:

> Being new to 64 bit I will ask the perennial stupid question, What is the
> difference in regular old IE7 and IE7 64bit and which should one use ??..
> Thanks for your help and any giggles this may provide...
>
 
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