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  1. Ian Hutchinson

    Woah, the good feeling to see IE6 being put out of its misery.

    It’s a shame though, a lot of places I’ve been to, mostly places where many people use the computer still use IE6. For example, my school still uses IE6, and numerous Internet cafes I’ve visited have it.

    I asked one of the technicians why we still have IE6, it’s because the upgrade process is too complicated considering the additional security software used in a school environment.

    Nothing I fear more when testing, the IE6 run. Nice to hear about the script that emulates solid CSS support, might give it a go next time round.