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    I just put a new PC into a Ford Dealership running Win7 SP1 with IE11 and all the updates and they have contacted Ford asking for the software that lets them price up and sell new cars to be put on again only to be told that the system only works in IE5.5 (Although they had IE6 on the last PC)

    @Arthur You say that but it still comes as a shock to some of my schools, some of them get very annoyed that Microsoft "can get away with it"
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    Those very people need educating. Remind me, how much notice did people get when they outlawed 4 star petrol?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arcath View Post
    I just put a new PC into a Ford Dealership running Win7 SP1 with IE11 and all the updates and they have contacted Ford asking for the software that lets them price up and sell new cars to be put on again only to be told that the system only works in IE5.5 (Although they had IE6 on the last PC)
    Perhaps Ford should supply all dealerships with a copy of Browsium at their expense?

    http://www.theregister.co.uk/2012/04/04/browsium_mhrc/

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