I don't see it on the list of programs to uninstall. I want to uninstall Internet Explorer 9 and install Internet Explorer 7 so that I can troubleshoot why my site is acting wonky for people who are using Internet Explorer 7.
That really sucks! Someone tell Microsoft we don't want their sh!tty browser! lmao.
lol I've told most people that. She's a school teacher in South Korea. My guess is the IT guys at her school are too busy playing Starcraft to upgrade her.I would literally just tell the "chick" to stop using a ****ty browser.
I know it's harsh, but I draw the line at IE8. IE7 is nearly 3 versions out of date. There's no excuse to still be on IE7.
Do you think companies will upgrade to Windows 8 eventually?The reason a lot (or at least some) companies etc. still work with older IE versions is because all their programs / websites etc. are compatible with it, and it often costs a lot of money to upgrade those to be compatible with a newer version. Same reason why windows XP is still used so much at companies. It will eventually be upgraded to Windows 7 with a newer IE version.. but it doesn't actually surprise me. For public use its good advise to upgrade, but don't be surprised as companies won't quite yet.
It really doesn't require any training.No start button!!! They would have to train people all over again.
Windows 7.Do you think companies will upgrade to Windows 8 eventually?
No start button!!! They would have to train people all over again.
Well, yes and no. Because they've always run XP, it's often not the best computers around, so they might require a physical upgrade as well. I know our company is slowly trying to upgrade to win 7 with a new IE version, but it took a long time because of all the programs and websites that don't work (well) with the newer versions.Good points Sador about IT departments and legacy systems. It is a problem, but most of the rendering issues can be solved by using IE Compatibility Mode. I would anticipate that most IT departments take the lazy route to avoid doing upgrades and rollouts to fix such problems.
You are correct. I misread the 1st post (would be nice if I slept more. LOL)You're right.
But when I said "1) You can't." I was referring to installing Internet Explorer 7 on Windows 7. You can remove Internet Explorer 9 but the lowest version that can work on Win 7 is Internet Explorer 8.