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    can i resore internet explorer 6 to the deafualt factory settings

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    Sure you can .


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    I dont understand why ppl, still using that browser version, considering all the security flaws.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charger View Post
    I dont understand why ppl, still using that browser version, considering all the security flaws.
    Well, I read somewhere that some old sites are still made specifically for IE 6 and won't ope in anything else.
    Still, there must be very few of them.
    I'm back. The downside is that I'm also old now.

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    How i fix IE:

    1. I uninstall IE
    2. I download Firefox
    3. I install Firefox

    Job done!
    Last edited by c0ldfyr3; 05-11-2010 at 09:10 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Martinator View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Charger View Post
    I dont understand why ppl, still using that browser version, considering all the security flaws.
    Well, I read somewhere that some old sites are still made specifically for IE 6 and won't ope in anything else.
    Still, there must be very few of them.
    I don't think there are many sites.
    But there are some businesses that have software which requires IE6 to run, or web based apps that require IE6.
    It would cost those companies millions to upgrade their software, before they can think about upgrading the IE software.

    Though this is rare, so Dahoomy if you are still using IE6 and this isn't you then upgrade! You're holding us web developers back.

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