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IE6 and IE7 Running on a Single Machine

by Alex Schleifer
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While there are other solutions about, here’s Microsoft’s hack for running IE6 & 7 on the same machine. Clocking in at over half a gigabyte, it’s a bit too much trouble to simply run a browser. Granted, it’s a virtual machine but why can’t the worlds most powerful software company release a simple install? To make matters worse it will stop working on April 1st. Hilarious.

While there are other solutions about, here’s Microsoft’s hack for running IE6 & 7 on the same machine. Clocking in at over half a gigabyte, it’s a bit too much trouble to simply run a browser. Granted, it’s a virtual machine but why can’t the worlds most powerful software company release a simple install? To make matters worse it will stop working on April 1st. Hilarious.

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