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Old 27th July, 2006, 08:35 AM
Aedan Aedan is offline
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"The justification, of course, is the significant security enhancements in IE 7," Schare said. Microsoft recommends that all Windows users install the new browser when it ships, he added.
Could it just be that there are so many holes in IE6 that they'd rather not spend time trying to fix them? By releasing IE7, they can pretend that the IE6 mess is unsupported and hence it's your own problem?
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