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  • Blog Post: Reminder: IE6 on XP to IE8 on Win7 Virtual Roundtable Discussion–09/30/2010

    You are not alone . There are many organizations that have to keep IE 6 kickin’ around because they have apps that were written for the browser that are still in use.  Now you want to roll out Windows 7 and get back the last 9 years of your life in computing history and join the modern desktop....
  • Blog Post: Using IE8

    We’ve written a few posts here on IE8 centered around what you need to know as an IT Pro and/or dev.  In fact I just wrote one and posted it a few hours ago.  I have been using IE8 final now for a couple of days (call it a perk of working here) as well as participating in the beta and RC trials...
  • Blog Post: Internet Explorer 8 Beta 2 is out. What does it mean to you as an IT Pro???

    Like most IT pro you need to maintain the web farm for your company. Well I'm sorry to say you've got work to do...  Internet Explorer 8 Beta 2 came out yesterday and you'll soon see it pop out on desktops out there in the wild. But we'll get to the work part later...  first the cool stuff...
  • Blog Post: A follow up to IE9–the IEAK is now live

    As a follow up to my IE9 Release To Web post on Tuesday , I just got word that the Internet Explorer Administration Kit for IE9 is now available for download! Here’s the direct link. http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=671b9cf6-546c-4889-8a6d-eeaa56c76deb In case you don’t know...
  • Blog Post: Simplifying the task of adding Internet Explorer 8 to your Vista SP1 images

    A short while ago, I meet with a friend who is responsible for the management of a testing lab. The federal department he works for, setup a lab to allow each business unit owners to come and test their Line of Business applications against the standard desktop configuration. I thought to myself, "This...
  • Blog Post: Internet Explorer 8 101

    So IE8 has been released to the web and is ready to download.  I’ve run through the betas, the RC and went to www.microsoft.com/ie8 this morning as soon as I heard it was released.  If you haven’t you can hit that link and download it now for Windows XP, Windows Vista, Server 2003 and Server...