how to roll back to previous version of aol?

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Answered: 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.

Answered: Aol How do I restore a previous version of AOL and keep my screen

and also, if you remember your password, you should be able to keep the screen name you had(providing that its not been six months or longer since youve last used it.

Answered: Previous Aol Mail Version

What a sad state of affairs when you get stuck with a version that doesn't work well and is poorly designed. For the sake of esthetics AOL has taken the simplicity of email and made it more time consuming and it takes up all of my screen so I have to keep scrolling down. It downright stinks!
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Answered: Corrupt version of aol

Hi June: For assistance, please refer to the help articles below. How do I uninstall the AOL software? How do I install the AOL software?
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Answered: What version of aol am I running

Hi there: For assistance, please refer to the help article below. How do I determine the version of my AOL Desktop Software?
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Which AOL version runs best on Win 7?

Hi Kelley: For assistance, please refer to the help article below. AOL service disconnects as websites load To download the updated AOL9.7, please visit http://daol.aol.com/software/aoldesktop97/?ncid=txtlnkusdaol00000009.

Aol mail basic version problem

Hi Steve: For assistance, please refer to the help article below. How do I switch between versions (Basic version, Accessible version, and Standard version) of AOL Mail?

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Because moron wants to impress someone else who is higher up, and is a moron as well or they would not approve this crap to change without giving us a choice !!!!! You go moron !!

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AOL is best known for its online software suite, also called AOL, that allowed customers to access the world's largest "walled garden" online community and eventually reach out to the Internet as a whole. At its zenith, AOL's membership was over 30 million members worldwide,[9] most of whom accessed ...