One thing I noticed is that Microsoft finally ceased update offers on W2K since this year. It had a long life as an OS, and do plan on still using it every now and then. Anything that doesn't have to do with internet connection is faster and doesn't occupy as much RAM than XPs and OSes later. Koichi Yasutani - a.k.a. Steve + MP Lakewood, WA U.S.A. 2010 / 11 / 6 19:11 PDT On Nov 6, 2010, at 0823 , Mark Stein wrote: > Unfortunately IE6 refuses to die. MS won't EOL it. What's happening instead > is developers just refuse to write for it. At work I managed to convince my > boss, and the client that we shouldn't support it with the project we're > doing. > > At 06:01 PM 11/5/2010 -0700, you wrote: >> On Nov 5, 2010, at 5:21 PM, Koichi Mac wrote: >>> I never got it. And I still have IE6 on my W2Ks, as this is the only >>> option for W2K. But I use once a year or so now. >> >> IE 6 was the low point. It was the reason so many web developers had to >> create separate web pages for IE users and another for non-IE users, if they >> bothered to do so.