I have a 64-bit AMD-based laptop with Windows-7 on it. It has IE-8 on it (64-bit edition), but there is no Flash viewer available for 64-bit from Adobe, so I want to downgrade Internet Explorer to 32-bit. See http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/000/6b3af6c9.html I can't uninstall the 64-bit version because it is so integrated with the OS. I tried to download a 32-bit version from the MS site, but if I tell it that I have Windows-7 (64), it is single-minded about downloading a 64-bit IE, and if I tell it I have a 32-bit OS (I tried Vista and XP), when I reach the point of running the downloaded installation program, it tells me that IE-8 and IE-7 are not supported on this OS. I'm starting to really hate Windows-7 because of the amount of stuff that doesn't work, or is unintuitive or cumbersome, or the programs from MS (such as Movie Maker) that have been downgraded from the XP version to a sort of crippleware version, and all the controls that have been moved about forcing everybody through a learning process to achieve exactly the same as before. Sorry - I had to get that off my chest! MikeC.