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    What Browser does your school/organisation currently run? We're looking at developing some web applications and wonder how up to date the browsers are in schools. Google is looking to drop IE7 Support, should all developers do so?
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    FireFox, but changing to either IE9 or Chrome.

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    IE8 now, IE9 in a year when we go to Win7. FF can go DIAF now with their stupid new versioning/EOL practice

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    IE8 with some Firefox 4 until we go Win 7 at some unspecified time in the future... assuming any one listens to me about the need for future planning.

    Haven't gone to firefox 5 yet as the plugins we use aren't yet supported. (Same at home actually!)

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