FreewareFiles.com has IE 10 out for Windows 7, including x64 IE10!

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  1. ratchet

    ratchet Registered Member

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    Re: FreewareFiles.com has IE 10 out for W7, including x64!

    No, just auto connect.
     
  2. Phant0m

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    Re: FreewareFiles.com has IE 10 out for W7, including x64!

    Try re-register the following DLL files:

    urlmon.dll
    actxprxy.dll
    shdocvw.dll
    mshtml.dll
    browseui.dll
    jscript.dll
    vbscript.dll
    oleaut32.dll


    Edit: Then re-start the computer
     
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  3. The Hammer

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    Re: FreewareFiles.com has IE 10 out for W7, including x64!

    I'll wait for Windows update.
     
  4. twl845

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    Re: FreewareFiles.com has IE 10 out for W7, including x64!

    I get the elephants in IE OK. :)
     
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    Re: FreewareFiles.com has IE 10 out for W7, including x64!

    Did anyone try the link in my post#1 to download IE? it went as smooth as silk. :cool:
     
  6. The Hammer

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    Re: FreewareFiles.com has IE 10 out for W7, including x64!

    Well DrBenGolfing's having problems with elephants apparently.;)
     
  7. DrBenGolfing

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    Re: FreewareFiles.com has IE 10 out for W7, including x64!

    Thanks, still not rendering with IE10 here, though.
     
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    Re: FreewareFiles.com has IE 10 out for W7, including x64!

    The Bing search window sure rendered fine, though. Gotta make sure they don't miss any per click revenue.
     
  9. Kerodo

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    Re: FreewareFiles.com has IE 10 out for W7, including x64!

    Yeah, I went to Microsoft.Com and found it, I think it's the same as what you posted... working fine here.
     
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  11. ratchet

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    Re: FreewareFiles.com has IE 10 out for W7, including x64!

    Phant0m, you've gone out of your way to help me, but I've had an epiphany! Last weekend I did my weekly backup shortly after rectifying a horrible IE9. Just using the reset option it turned into a lightning browser. If I use IETab 2 in Cyberfox pages render immediately. As I've stated though, I really never use IE. Anyway, after all the attemps to install IE10, IE9 was never the same. Reseting and/or the Fix It tool didn't help, as it was slow as molasses again. So in the vein of, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it," I did a restore. The Paragon image from SSD to SSD took just over six minutes and I can report IE9 is zooming again should I need it. Thank you again for all of your help. I'll be keeping an eye open for a fix for the issue(s) I incurred. Bye the way, two other possibilities: first of all I did run into some folks using W8 that couldn't load 10 because they had Logitech web cam software. After they removed the files 10 worked. I don't have a web cam but do have SetPoint software for my keyboard. I would not give up my hotkeys for 10! Secondly, that dll that I used had "proxy" in it, but since I wasn't using such, I thought that could be the reason I could not access the www. I changed it (removed proxy) and tried to register it but it wouldn't allow it. Thanks again!
     
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    No problem ratchet. Glad to see that you had a recent restore point to go back to. :thumb:
     
  13. BoerenkoolMetWorst

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    Re: FreewareFiles.com has IE 10 out for W7, including x64!

    In an article I read that IE10 for win7 would bring the ForceASLR feature from win8 to win7, but I can't seem to find it.
     
  14. m00nbl00d

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    Re: FreewareFiles.com has IE 10 out for W7, including x64!

    I wonder what it will take for Microsoft to fix this issue. I don't think that TPL mechanism changed for the TPLs not to automatically update? :doubt:

    While I agree that the lists cover most things, they're not without possible FPs, so it would be great to have them automatically updated.

    I hope this gets fixed sooner than later, and plenty of times has passed already; at least, more than half a year, according to another user. Insane. o_O o_O
     
  15. Mman79

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    Re: FreewareFiles.com has IE 10 out for W7, including x64!

    They work at a snail's pace, so who knows. It's probably buried far down on their To Do list. In the meantime, the choices are rather limited. DNT+ isn't an ad blocker, but can act as one depending on the 3rd party it is blocking tracking from. AdMuncher is around, but you pay yearly for it, development is very slow and it itself can be slow depending upon the website. You can always use the old-timer method of HOST file blocking. I mean hell, that's what we had before ABP and them came along and nobody complained back then. I'm betting that if you still are using PeerBlock, the right lists could make a pretty good blocker, provided the guys doing the IP lists have the sense to just block the ad/spy servers and not the corporations themselves, which often leads to a lot of websites not loading period.
     
  16. Kerodo

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    Re: FreewareFiles.com has IE 10 out for W7, including x64!

    IE10 finally showed up in my Win Updates as a regular patch Tuesday update today. I can't say that I'll be using it much, but there it is... :)
     
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