From: "Martyn Merrett" [EMAIL-REMOVED]>
> Thought you'd be interested in this.
> Could this *finally* be the end of IE6 and our CSS woes?
I'm still seeing 17% IE6 use. And last weekend I figured out why. Was helping
my friend's dad with his computer. I went to Windows Update and got the old
"This is not a valid Windows license" message. So I ask to see his xp cd and
he hands me this old bootleg looking thing. Guy's 80 years old, using a
bootleg xp copy. He gives me his anti-Bill Gates speech. Then it hit me.
There's probably millions of these cd's out there - meaning millions of people
stuck on IE6 until they decide to shell out the cash for a legit Windows copy.
So I don't see IE6 disappearing for a long, long time. Sorry.
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