Install IE6 on Windows7


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Dear All,


Currently we have IE9 in our Windows 7 pc's.

I want to install IE6 on our Window7 PC for application support.
We have some application that doesn't support by IE9 so, i want to install IE6 on my Window7. Please help me out to configure IE6 for free on Window7(Solution should be free).

I have been googling since last two days for the solution but no result.

Please help me out to do so.

Thanks and Regards
Monoj Das
Oracle DBA
 
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Ian

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Internet Explorer 6 has never been available for Windows 7, so I don't know if you will have much luck with a full integration.

If it is just to test rendering, then you could use something like IETester. If you need a full version of IE6, then I think you'll have to virtualise XP and test IE6 in that. Here's a link to a free VHD download from MS, although you may need to click the "view more" link to see the IE6 download.
 
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Windows 7 specifically shipped with IE8 and I suspect you can't get anything lower than IE8 to run in native W7. You can run IE6 in Virtual PC - XP mode if you have Windows 7 Professional, Ultimate or Enterprise; download it from Microsoft >>HERE<<. IE6 is included as part of the Windows XP install options. Be sure to install an anti-virus software inside the Virtual XP environment because the A/V from the Win7 side will have little effect in the virtual environment (at least until they try to save a file).

Or it might be time to update your application.
 
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i don't think iE6 is available for WIN7, but its better to go what TrainableMan has said.
 

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