This text was found when browsing using IE6 – I loved it and wanted to share it with you! Found on Click Forensics
Your are currently browsing this site with Internet Explorer 6. When it was released in August of 2001 Internet Explorer 6 was a cutting edge browser, unfortunately after nearly 8 years the technology behind Internet Explorer 6 has lost its luster. Internet Explorer 6 lacks many powerful features and security enhancements of modern browsers. It is also very poorly lacking in standards compliance which means it’s simply unable to render sites properly without hours of hacks and workarounds.
The last version of Internet Explorer 6 was called Service Pack 1 for Internet Explorer 6 and was released in December of 2004. By continuing to run Internet Explorer 6 you are open to any and all security vulnerabilities discovered since that date. In October of 2006, Microsoft released version 7 of Internet Explorer that, in addition to providing greater safety in navigation, which allows the Internet Explorer browser to identify as’ modern browsers’. Microsoft has launched Internet Explorer 7 as a high-priority update, and is now available to download for free without any certification requirements. As of Feb 12th, 2008 Microsoft is forcing updates to Internet Explorer 6 in order to move people towards the much improved and secure version 7. Please ensure you don’t hamper this process. It’s for your own good!
Download Internet Explorer 7 NOW!
Just another great reason to take the leap away from IE6 — if you can. Is there a version of IE7 for Win2k users?