In our large-ish corporate environment we're stuck with IE6 as our default 
probably for another year :(

While we know that people have installed newer browsers——IE7 is authorised, but 
not the default--we still can't stop supporting IE6.


On 03/01/2010, at 8:54 PM, David Dorward wrote:

> On 3 Jan 2010, at 09:32, tee wrote:
>> For those corporations that are still using W2K and IE6, will IE6 renders 
>> like Google Chrome if user installs Google Chrome Frame and that a site has 
>> it implemented?
> 
> Most of those corporations don't allow end users to install software, and 
> Chrome frame appears to require XP or newer (so you can count Win2k users 
> out).
> 
>> However it does not answered if we need to worry about fixing IE6 or not.
> 
> 
> This nudges the effective usage of IE6 down a little, but the browser is 
> still out there and you still need to decide about the relative merits of 
> supporting those users Vs. not doing a lot of work.
> 
> -- 
> David Dorward
> http://dorward.me.uk
> 
> 
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