How to Reinstall Internet Explorer 9 in Windows 7

Internet Explorer may yet be on the top of the browser charts, but its popularity has been steadily on the wane. IE 9 is definitely an improvement over previous versions and users who have uninstalled IE in favor of other browsers such as Firefox and Google Chrome may consider reinstalling and trying out the much improved IE 9. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to reinstall Internet Explorer 9 in Windows 7.

There may also be instances where the browser may be closing unexpectedly and not working as it should and you feel that a re-installation might be the solution. Remember that you can reset the default settings before you do an uninstall. But, for whatever reason, you do decide to reinstall Internet Explorer 9, here’s a step by step procedure to do it.

How to ReInstall Internet Explorer 9 in Windows 7

1. Navigate to Download Internet Explorer 9 webpage to download IE 9.

2. Choose the language in which you want to install the browser and select your version of Windows.

Reinstall Internet Explorer

3. Click Download.

4. When the download is complete, run the EXE file and then in the User Account Control click Continue.

5. Restart the PC to complete the installation process and you are ready to use Internet Explorer 9, right away.

Once you have reinstalled IE 9, you could warm up by playing the cool popular Cut the Rope game on the browser for free.

You can also check out our other IE 9 resources here.

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Comments

  1. Jose TintoJose Tinto says

    Useful information. However, it would be interesting to know how many techies still use IE. :)