When Netscape 8.0 came out a few days ago, I decided to read about its improvements. Well, I was surely surprised when I saw that it gives you the option of rendering “trusted” pages (as to how it determines what to trust, I have no clue) with the Internet Explorer rendering engine. It didn’t take long before this gave me an idea however. I decided to install Netscape on a copy of Windows that did not have IE installed. From there I would see how Netscape ran. As you can tell from this screenshot, I did this with 98lite. Interestingly enough, it turns out that you must have Internet Explorer before you can even install Netscape 8.0!