Browser choice

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by Turkk, Apr 12, 2010.

  1. Turkk

    Turkk Guest

    I have posted this question before, but cannot now find my post on the site.
    I stupidly downloaded the 'browser choice' update, and now can't get rid of
    it. I have three browsers installed already, & don't want another one.
    Every time I reboot the computer this annoying message pops up (even more
    annoying because although it is from Microsoft it says the certificate is not
    valid). I want to *permanently* get rid of this message, so I never see it
    again. HOW?

    Many thanks,
    Turkk, Apr 12, 2010
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  2. Turkk

    Pablo E Guest

    Once you have downloaded the browsers it is impossible to delete them. Not
    only that, if you try, it will be deemed illegal and you will find the whole
    weight of the European Union breathing down your neck ready to take you to
    prison ;-)
    Pablo E, Apr 15, 2010
  3. Turkk

    Turkk Guest


    Ive now been able to find this post again, but I still don't have an answer
    to the question: I don't want to get rid of the browsers I have, I want to
    get rid of the message that comes on every time I reboot, asking me to choose
    new browsers. As I mentioned before, this message also comes with a warning
    that the certificate is invalid, even though it comes from Microsoft. I'm
    tired of having to cancel this message every time I reboot: how can I get rid
    of it??

    Many thanks for any constructive replies--
    Turkk, Jul 17, 2010
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