Make Internet Explorer 64-bit the default to run when opening IE up from start menu shortcuts

I have since recently downloaded the 64-bit test version from adobe, running IE9 beta version as well & while html5 all work & even flash seems to work & all my video content & everything else is working on the 64-bit version, I just want to move over to using it now, I just can't figure out what I need to do to make it work, changing a few registry values will get some things to start opening using the 64-bit versions but most of it like clicking on files, etc... aren't working well, I did this once before but now I can't figure it out, I didn't even have to change the file association stuff or anything, just a simple registry change or two, I didn't have to change each file type to open with it.

Anyone have any idea of an easy way, and maybe possibly the proper way if one exists?

 

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Last updated June 8, 2019 Views 38,828 Applies to:
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Hey Michael Key,

 

The 64-bit version of Internet Explorer 9, 8, 7… cannot be set as the default browser. If you would like to submit your feedback for Internet Explorer 9 please take a few moment to follow these steps to submit feedback via the “Send Feedback” feature. This can be done by:

·        (From within Internet Explorer)Press Alt + X on your keyboard (or click the “Tools” gear on the right side of the toolbar)

·        Click Send feedback

·        Follow the instructions in the window that appears

 

Feedback can also be submitted here:

https://connect.microsoft.com/ie


Steven
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