Windows Vista and IE9

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GeorgeDerek
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Windows Vista and IE9

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I use IE9 on Windows Vista and was thinking about using Adblock Plus for the first time (my main concern is the danger of malicious code in some adverts).

As Vista is quite an old operating system and includes IE9, I was wondering if Adblock Plus is fully functional and supported on this system ?

Obviously I hope it will work well for me but, if it didn't - Is it easy to uninstall Adblock Plus ?

Thank you.
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Re: Windows Vista and IE9

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I was wondering if Adblock Plus is fully functional and supported on this system ?
In order to benefit fully of adblock plus use Firefox because the ABP for IE is limited.
Is it easy to uninstall Adblock Plus ?
ABP for IE Try uninstalling via the Control Panel and features.
GeorgeDerek
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Thank you for your reply.
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Re: Windows Vista and IE9

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GeorgeDerek wrote:
As Vista is quite an old operating system and includes IE9, I was wondering if Adblock Plus is fully functional and supported on this system ?
actually Windows Vista didn't originally include IE9. Vista came with IE7 but can be upgraded up to IE9.
And all support for Windows Vista ends Tuesday April 11, 2017.
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Re: Windows Vista and IE9

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GeorgeDerek wrote:I use IE9 on Windows Vista
I thought I had it already mythical OS and browser version
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Windows Vista and IE9 are two of the most popular pieces of software in the world. The problem is that they can't talk to each other.

There's no conflict between the two, but they're incompatible with one another. You can't run both Vista and IE9 on the same computer. However, you have a couple of options for getting around this limitation.

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If you're just looking to try out Windows 7, there's no need to uninstall your current operating system and start from scratch. Instead, try using virtualization technology like VMWare or VirtualBox to run your old operating system inside of Windows 7. This will let you keep your old apps installed (so you don't have to reinstall them), while still giving you a chance to see what Windows 7 has to offer.

If you decide to go this route, make sure that your virtualization platform supports hardware-assisted virtualization if you want a fast experience. Otherwise, your virtual machine will be slow and sluggish — not exactly a way to get excited about the future of Windows.
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