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  • SharkyForums.Com - Print: Internet Explorer 6

    Internet Explorer 6
    By matt_h May 15, 2001, 02:40 PM

    I was just wondering if it is worthwhile upgrading from IE5.5 to IE6.0? Is there any bugs in 6.0???

    By Nexer May 15, 2001, 03:12 PM

    I'm using 5.5 in win2000 and haven't seen a need for 6. maybe when it final I'll try it but I never really liked the side personal bar stuff.

    By kid A May 15, 2001, 07:22 PM

    Reportedly it is still a little buggy, so I have only tested it. I am now back to IE 5.5 until the final version is released. This is still the best browser

    By Steve R Jones May 16, 2001, 07:02 AM

    Don't use it on your main machine and don't use it if your using office2000.

    By rock May 16, 2001, 02:30 PM

    It looks like the java side of IE6 is okay, which is all we tested. Doesn't seem to be much reason to upgrade sooner than later, though.

    By Panther May 16, 2001, 03:38 PM

    Wait for the final version. The first public release version of IE6 was pretty good and I liked some of the features (speed and the picture auto-resize and .jpg/.gif copy/save/e-mail pop-up tool bars. The "personal bar" was a waste of time. The newer release of IE6 was full of "bugs" and did not work well on my system. Also, the uninstall program (restore previous version of IE) does not always work and can screw with your registry. I think that the final version will be better than IE 5.5, but for now I'm sticking with IE 5.5 SP1.

    By gateways_rule May 18, 2001, 05:26 PM

    I tried out the beta version on my special "test" machine. Let me tell ya, I still like IE 5.5 better!

    By Hey Yoda May 19, 2001, 02:47 PM

    I installed IE6 and it couldn't go two minutes without crashing. What a pos!

    By jxo May 20, 2001, 11:14 PM

    I've been running 6 beta for maybe a month now, and haven't had any problems. I can't say I've tested it with office 2000 (I'm running XP now, don't ask!)

    Aside from the personal bar popping up when i click on media files, and the funny icons when you hover over a picture, I don't really see many differences.

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