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Honestly, I prefer FireFox, but sometimes, at work....
I have found the nexus of the crisis, and the origin of storms. And it uses Internet Explorer 7.
There’s some interesting stories out there about the push to build, coasting, and return to form.
Plus, the timeline is useful.
As is browser share usage.
TODO: get some links in here....
Wikipedia:Internet_Explorer_1 - 1995.08.16
Wikipedia:Internet_Explorer_2 - 1995.11.22
Wikipedia:Internet_Explorer_3 - 1996.08.13
Wikipedia:Internet_Explorer_4 - 1997.09
Wikipedia:Internet_Explorer_5 - 1999.03.18
Wikipedia:Internet_Explorer_6 - 2001.08.27
Wikipedia:Internet_Explorer_7 - 2006.10
Wikipedia:Internet_Explorer_8 - 2009.03.19
Wikipedia:Internet_Explorer_9 - 2011.03.14
Wikipedia:Internet_Explorer_10 - 2012.10.26
Internet Explorer 11 - an incomplete build leaked in 2013.03
IE share historical stats from w3schools. hunh.
see also: Wikipedia:Usage_share_of_web_browsers which doesn’t break it apart by version, but cites stats from several other sources
I haven’t tried it yet.
Testing in IE7 mode in IE9 and IE 10? is close, but not close enough.
You really need IE7.
Like a hole in the head, but if the client has IE-7 shaped head-holes, you gotta do what you gotta do.
Not sure about IE8.
http://tredosoft.com/Multiple_IE - this is “an installer which contains IE3 IE4.01 IE5 IE5.5 and IE6″ (using DLL-redirection to get what it needs).
Untested by me. THANK G-D.
Actually, now I’m a bit curious....
... and then changed your mind.
Internet Explorer Won’t Let You Change A Saved Password? Hack The Registry!
In my case, I had already wiped the password store in an attempt to restore prompting, which was fruitless.
I had set “prompt me!” via tools, but that also yielded no fruit.
However, going to the registry (for
HKLocalMachine) and resetting
1 did the trick.
If you need to use JSON, it’s not built-in. You’ll have to use json2 from Douglas Crockford.
I tried using the js-shim but didn’t see any differences
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