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If I install the Firefox program what should I do with Internet Explorer leave it on computer or uninstall?
Also what is the advantages of the Firefox program?Thanks

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Leave it alone. . .

You'll need it for MS updates.

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Definately uninstall. There is no use for it, you don't need it for updates. The Microsoft website will automatically give you a list of updates when it can't scan your system. Just download all of them and then install. Doesn't take too much longer anyway.

IE is a security risk. It tends to set itself as default browser and handle all the links every time you start it, and after you install some updates. Just get rid of it.

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