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#16 Raa


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Posted 08 August 2014 - 03:42

Not really a biggie, many websites simply don't work for IE9 or older now anyway.

Can't see that reversing in the future :p

#17 68k


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Posted 08 August 2014 - 03:43

I am still in disbelief that in 2014 there are people or even businesses banks using ie6.... It's just unbelievable.


#18 Torolol


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Posted 08 August 2014 - 03:46

heh, the company i works already switched into Chrome, as their web-app can't even works on any version of IE or FireFox

#19 vetneufuse


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Posted 08 August 2014 - 18:00

you're just proving Dot's point of lazy admins


many devs for a long while have been pushing for apps to end version/browser specific dependencies but many more lazy enterprise admins/IT are refusing to comply because "it'd be too much work"

no you're right, it's not that simple. but that still doesn't excuse not even attempting to improve things

What does an ISV have to do with an admin? if you use a specific software packadge and only that one, and your software vendor isn't doing the required coding and testing, that's not the admins fault, that's the ISV not doing their job, we have a few programs that require specific IE versions for activex and other "features" is it our fault? no, our ISV isn't doing their job with keeping software development up