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Re: win95 and IEAK6.0
- From: Dave Stewart
- Date: Wed Nov 21 17:48:54 2001
At 02:51 PM 11/21/2001, Bill Larson wrote:
OK, I don't get this at all.
users they must upgrade their computers to use my service those users will
simply find another internet service.
Why would existing users need to run IE6 at all?
For that matter, why would anyone *need* to run IE6? It's not a terribly
complicated matter to create the dialup connection in Win95... geez, how
long did most of us go without even the cute wizards?
I do understand that you want to provide a "branded" copy of IE to your
users - but I'd guess you've already provided that to your existing users,
and frankly, the license notwithstanding, I don't see the software cops
comin' down on you because you continue to distribute your old IE5 branded
browser to Windows 95 users.
Of course, I'm not a lawyer...
If I were in that situation, I'd do just that - make up the new IE6 for
users with machines/operating systems that can handle it, and keep the old
IE5 for those who can't.