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Web Assist not available to IE6 users

Thread began 10/01/2009 7:45 pm by Reynold | Last modified 10/06/2009 12:42 pm by Reynold | 3481 views | 19 replies


Obviously, you will never see your faults!

Originally Said By: Office Guy-172461
  People have many choices in browsers:

No one has to use the browser that comes with the OS.

Most developers own their platform or work for companies that know enough to keep their browsers reasonably up-to-date. IE6 was released August 27, 2001.

All versions of IE are free, no one has to pay for them.

You are starting to sound like a troll.

BTW they already have a vote. Only 2% were using IE6. If a serious web developer doesn't want to upgrade his browser, he can always go to the library and use their computers to view the WA site. Or just install Firefox. You don't have to limit yourself to one browser.  

You probably do not realise how many institutions (especially government) still hold on to IE6 in the UK. Schools, Colleges, and NHS institutions still persist with IE6. Now thats alot of trolls users!

One NHS institution with 10500 PCs with IE6. One College with 4000 PCs with IE6, One School with 1200 PCs with IE6.

Strange that you are calling names on here! You are being offensive and personal, I am sure Ray will delete your post, or maybe not! Honestly, I have not heard of until I had Adobe.

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