I understood why a lot of companies still insist on using IE6 when at a 
large hypermarket chain the accounting staff pointed out that their very 
expensive accounting software can only be run on IE6 or on IE9+. The cost 
efficient solution for them is to go on running their legal copies of XP on 
some hundreds of computers with IE6 and ban any acive-x objects and script 
(java, javascript, flash etc) on the company server. So, it is the 
operating system that is behind the longevity of IE in the corporate field 
and , unfortunately, it will remain the same for a long time.

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