Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 13th Aug 2009 22:06 UTC
Internet Explorer Let's continue the browser talk for a while. Let's move from the pinnacle of browsing, all the way down to the very drainage pit: Internet Explorer 6. To me, Internet Explorer 6 is that annoying zombie that just won't die that chops off 80 of your health in a grueling midnight Left 4 Dead expert session. Microsoft may not say so outright, but they seem to be implying they agree with me.
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Everyone wants to ditch IE6
by Bit_Rapist on Fri 14th Aug 2009 19:36 UTC
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Even the end users running it in most cases.

At my work IE6 is the *standard*. Installing IE7 or IE8 is a big 'no no'.

On the plus side we also offer Firefox as a standard now and I'd say we have reached a nice point where 95% of our enterprise intranet applications run just fine in Firefox. Only a few (under 10) that still REQUIRE IE6 and we are working on those every day.

I fully expect to see Firefox become the primary standard and IE7/8 become the 'other option' at some point in the future at work. we are not a small company either - over 100k employees.

Enterprises can get off the IE6 treadmill if they are willing to put in the work and see the value of the investment.

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