Albert Frankenstein, I have been using the Uninstaller (will buy the program) it is, as you say a great program, Thank you, Couldn't uninstall IE7 with it though !!!
Budapest, security not an issue, But thank you for your help.
I did find help on the Mirosoft site on how to uninstall IE7 and it reverts back to IE 6, Great...
TO UNINSTALL IE7:
(a) Click start and then click run.
in the Open box, type appwiz.cpl and then click OK
©In the list of programs, click Windows Internet Explorer 7, and then click Remove.
(d) follow the instructions to Uninstall Windows Internet Explore 7.
After you uninstall IE7, double click the IE icon to verify that IE6 is restored !!!!!
I tried uninstalling via the ADD & REMOVE Program as Albert Frankenstein instructed me to, with no success, yet this explanation from Microsoft, which is exactly the same, worked ...Why, ? I don't know..
METHOD 2 : Use Spuninst.exe to uninstall IE7 : I didn't have to do this so don't know if it works <s>
Step 1: Make Hidden files and folders visible::
(a) Click Strat, then My documents, on the Tools menu, click Folder Options, click View tab in Advanced Settings list, Under Hidden files and folders click Show Hidden Files and Folders, then click OK.
Step 2: Click Start, then Run, in the Open box type %windir%\ie7\spuninst\spuninst.exe, and then OK
After you uninstall IE7, double click the IE icon to verify that IE6 is restored.
I hope this works for someone else that doesn't want IE7, I know I am a lot better off, with regards to the PC, with IE6 on board.
I am a 'stuck in the mud' if you like, and don't want to be messing about with the likes of Firefox etc, maybe it an 'age' thing <g>
Thanks once more to you people who help the likes of me on these forums, as I said,...you are the best....