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Can the Internet Explorer 4.0 be uninstalled from Windows 98?  If so, please advise how?  
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Hi,

     I got bad news:  You cannot remove Microsoft Internet Explorer from Windows 98 because Internet Explorer is integrated into Windows 98.

MS even has a Doc stating this sad, but true fact:

Cannot Remove Microsoft Internet Explorer from Windows 98
Last reviewed: June 23, 1998
Article ID: Q186751
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q186/7/51.asp
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You may find the info and available utility at the following site useful:

http://www.annoyances.org/win98/features/integration.html

Let me know if this helps.
Regards,
Ralph
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