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IE9 should auto-update to IE10 if running Win7 if you allow auto-updates. Win8 comes with IE10. See if there are any updates that need your permission to continue (so they might slow everything down as a result).

I'm still running Vista Home Premium. I never allow auto-update but normally accept updates when prompted. I just like to know what's happening in case something goes wrong. I've installed all updates available. Just tried Reset of IE but it had not effect on the slow issue. Also looked at programs I can uninstall and IE 9 isn't listed. Guess it's back to Dell for assistance.
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