Suggestion To Revert To Old Technologies!Locked
The question that Microsoft should go back to old technologies is a very good one, for example.
I bought a refurbished Compaq Deskpro 4000-56RM installed in the year 2000, with Windows 95 default: I was using dailup to get online at that time.
In 2001, I decided to go DSL, so I had to change my software to Windows 98, because DSL could not accommodate Windows 95. That old computer with 64MB Ram worked very well, but it slowed up greatly when I decided to input Windows XP Home edition.
I didn’t know at the time that this new software program requires at least 256 MB of memory for it to work properly. All that I had at that time was 212 MB of ram. So I decided to buy a new computer instead of upgrading this old one.
I bought a new Compaq Presario 6000 from a computer store in 2004. It had only 64 Ram installed at the time. But it worked well for a few months, and then started getting very slow as I downloaded more software for personal use. Then one day it decided not to work at all. I was totally unable to open the START menu, regardless of whatever I did.
A prompt comes up that says DLL cannot be found!
So I reverted back to the old Compaq Deskpro 4000, and bought some more memory upgrade to 295 GB. This is now working just fine with windows 98. But sometimes I get freezing-up or cut-offs when I am online. This I discover happens because of Microsoft Internet Explorer SP1 interference.
I would like anyone to tell me how to TOTALLY remove Internet Explorer from my computer, and use some other Program as my default? Because it SUCKS (Big Time).
I am now using AVANT Browser 10.0 build 1.59 Browser & MOZILLA Browser 1.7.5 alternately.
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