how to change internet explorer from version 11 to version 10?

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Answered: AOL's internet explorer version

Microsoft Windows Update would give you IE 11 if you have Windows 7 SP1 or Windows 8.1. I downloaded it a month ago. If you are on Vista the limit is IE 9, or XP the limit is IE 8.

Answered: Internet explorer cannot open the internet site htpp:\\aol.com

Praise the Lord! Microsoft has finally done something right!
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Answered: Aol mail with internet explorer 11

Hi there: For assistance, please refer to the help article below. Reset web settings

Answered: What internet explorer works with windows xp?

Internet Explorer 8 beta is the most current, I believe.

Answered: How do I get rid of Internet Explorer

Try another browser like crome,mozilla etc
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Answered: AOL home page will not open using Internet Explorer 11

Hi Hal: We recommend to uninstall Internet Explorer version 11 and use the previous version.
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What version of AOL should I be using with Windows 8.1 and Explorer 10

Hi Maureen: If you would like to restore the previous version of AOL 9.7, please follow these steps: 1. Create a backup copy of your emails in Save on my PC. 2. Uninstalling AOL Desktop 9.7 3. Download and install the previous version. http://download.newaol.com/clients/bush/waol/0.4343.1028.1 ...

.Internet explorer,,,which one is best to use ?

if you really have choose between the 2, it will depend on your current OS. use 64 bit for 64 bit running OS and 32 bit on other OS.

Basic Version of AOL Mail in FireFox

None of those work. Since I did a fresh install, resetting web data should' t apply. Basic version only works in IE but not on any other browser.

How to tell which internet explorer version I have?

On the Internet Explorer menu click on Help, About Internet Explorer to see the version. Help, About is the way to see the version of many programs, including AOL.