I don't want to go on a Safari

  john bunyan 09:33 07 Apr 2008
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My Sat.4 Apr. update of iTunes by default installed Safari. I have read the Google articles. I do not want this browser and did a system restore to Friday to get rid of it. How do I ensure that the iTune update does not re-install it? I am on XP MCE and IE 7.

  birdface 09:50 07 Apr 2008

From Home Page.click here

  john bunyan 10:32 07 Apr 2008

buteman. Thanks - but I am still not sure how to avoid Safari being downloaded with iTunes update.

  birdface 11:22 07 Apr 2008

Not sure.Can you delete it from add remove and then run C Cleaner.Then if ti wants you to download it again ,refuse to.You might find something on here.click here There is one from Andrew T that might help.

  Mike D 12:00 07 Apr 2008

When I updated ITunes, there was a checkbox for Safari. I just unchecked it and downloaded ITunes only.

  Covergirl 12:32 07 Apr 2008

It keeps popping up a window (every few days or so) asking me if I want to install Safari and ITunes. I only wanted QuickTime in the first place and declined the others at installation.

  john bunyan 13:39 07 Apr 2008

Thanks - I'll look out for the checkbox next time! Got rid of it by a system restore.

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