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How can I install Windows 95 (4.00.950a, 0196 Part No. 000-27722) on my computer without also installing Internet Explorer 2.0?
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you cant.
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OK, so can you uninstall it after 95 installation?
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Whan you install Window 95, as I recall, you have the option of a "Typical" or "Custom" install. if you don't want IE 2.0, then choose "Custom" and don't check the box that says to install IE.

I'm not sure about uninstalling after installation.
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Thanks!
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