> I bought a Windows XP PC about three years ago with IE6 on it (I
> normally do all my work in Linux). I haven't upgraded it, and I can't
> imagine why the average user would. If it ain't broke (and most users
> wouldn't consider IE6 broken), don't fix it.

I agree in general, but eventually Microsoft will stop releasing
security updates for IE6. It's hard to tell exactly, but right now it
seems like that may happen next July:

At that point I would consider IE6 "broke".


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