Ping the Doods

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Help' started by Gazwad, Apr 29, 2009.

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    Gazwad Guest


    any of you other cnuts using IE8?
    I've just been offered IE8 for Vista x64 during the standard windows update
    which is a bit of a surprise.

    I'd give it a go but don't feel that compelled to just yet.

    Does it **** up internet banking and online shopping as new releases of IE
    usually do?

    Gazwad, Apr 29, 2009
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    philo Guest

    I installed it on two XP machines.

    On my GF's laptop it worked perfectly

    On my own machine it made my whole system unstable so I uninstalled it
    and luckily no harm was done.

    At that point I switched over to Linux for once and all and said to hell
    with it.
    philo, Apr 30, 2009
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    John Holmes Guest

    philo "contributed" in
    And? Did IE8 work better on Linux?
    <aside> You fucking ****.
    John Holmes, Apr 30, 2009
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    philo Guest

    philo, Apr 30, 2009
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    Gazwad Guest

    I installed it just now, apart from it telling me that children's BBC is
    similar to Google it seems pretty good.
    Gazwad, Apr 30, 2009
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    John Holmes Guest

    Gazwad "contributed" in
    IE8 hasn't been offered to me during AutoUpdate. Might be because I'm a
    cheap ****, ofcourse.
    John Holmes, May 1, 2009
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    Gazwad Guest

    I've been using it for a day or so now, it's actually a really good
    improvement over IE7.
    I was pretty shocked to see it being forced down my throat, especially for
    64bit Vista.
    Still it's not been that much use so I may find it fucks up somewhere but
    there's a compatibility button to press if a site doesn't work properly and
    it reverts back to the IE7 way of doing things.

    The biggest improvement is the address bar and the way it roots around in
    your faves and history to see if you're after something you've been to
    Could be embarrassing for some though.

    I'm certain you'll approve.

    Gazwad, May 1, 2009
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    Clogwog Guest

    Get Windows 7 RC, free untill febr. 2010, ya cheap bastard! It's running
    <Clean version>
    Build: 7100.0.090421-1700
    SIZE: 2530975965 bytes
    CRC: E8A1C394
    MD5: 8867C13330F56A93944BCD46DCD73590
    SHA1: 7D1F486CA569EFFFFB719CFB48355BB7BF499712
    IE 8 is the default browser in 7 RC and running "acceptable", but I use
    Opera for everyday browsing.
    Clogwog, May 1, 2009
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    John Holmes Guest

    Gazwad "contributed" in
    I'll just wait till the official release for XP.
    John Holmes, May 2, 2009
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    John Holmes Guest

    Clogwog "contributed" in

    As a MSDN subscriber, I have access to RC's already. W7 wouldn't install
    on my test box and I couldn't be arsed to find out why not. I'll give it
    a try on another machine when I find the time.
    John Holmes, May 2, 2009
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    Clogwog Guest

    Mmm, as you know, I'm a lazy **** and Win 7 installed flawlessly in Vm
    workstation (easy install) in exactly 18 minutes from booting the iso, with
    only 1 gig. assigned RAM.
    As it is running now, I bet that I dump Vista for 7, real soon.
    Clogwog, May 2, 2009
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    John Holmes Guest

    Clogwog "contributed" in
    I dumped Vista having used it for 3 weeks. It reminded me of Win ME.
    John Holmes, May 3, 2009
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    Bod Guest

    Likewise,but to be fair,it was just after Vista came out.
    Nevertheless,at the time,half of the drivers weren't available,which
    obviously made Vista unusable.

    Bod, May 3, 2009
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