Internet Explorer 9

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  1. scotjimland

    scotjimland Funster Life Member

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    Does any software ?

    I don't think so.

    It's the gobsmacking ones that just appear that I love - Google Earth then Google Streets. Full on "jesus how did I live without this" programs.

    30 years ago it was Turbo Pascal. Then Delphi.
     
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    Haven't even installed v8 on the XP machines yet :Smile:

    Graham
     
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    V8 caused no end of problems I had to revert to 7, v7 is stable why change it, what's new in V9?
     
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    Tells me that it wont run with XP need to get a more upto date version of windows :Eeek:
     
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    of course a vista upgrade, ah well can forget that then.
     
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    IE8 running on Vista caused major problems with our data CDs through lack of testing by Microsoft - which it took them months to admit. As a result I run IE8 on the Vista machine just in case the error gets re-introduced through an update. I've stayed with IE7 on the XP machines though - I've never identified any glaring lack of "must have" features.

    Graham
     
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    Hmmmmm.



    Mozilla Firefox
     
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    Been running IE8 on all home and work pcs now for some time.The amount of customer machines I remote on to that are still using ie6...Causing a few errors now with web browsing.

    No problems seen so far.Win xp and Win 7 pc'S.IE8 Worked fine with 32 bit Vista but I decided to go 64bit and really utilise the processors.For those that do...windows xp mode is great for retro software and virtual machine for other os's.

    I have learnt to pre test these beta releases first. On a virtual "test" machine before deploying them.

    Bought Win 7 Ultimate 64 bit and works a treat £72.

    Testing Office 2010 Full Release Home Users £8.95.A bargain for legit software.:thumb:

    I always use Cometbird for quick browsing.
     
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    Dont bother, get Firefox:thumb:
     
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    better still ..

    buy a Mac :thumb:
     

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