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Are we finally seeing the demise of IE6 in Local Government?

Back in 2010 I wrote a blog about IE6 on the CoP Platform and finally nearly 2 year later I believe IE6 may have left the building, well nearly.

In my original blog post I had said that I had always had a problem with Internet Explorer 6.

Normally due to it not working or breaking pages on the web.

I linked to a range of sites that had sprung up

http://www.ie6nomore.com/

http://www.bringdownie6.com/

http://mashable.com/2009/08/07/ie6-must-die-2/

That where trying to encourage the move away from IE6

Remember IE6 came out in 2001.  The web has moved on so much since then.

Facebook didn’t even exist until 2004 and twitter until 2006

Google have stopped supporting it on most sites.

Google Twists Knife in IE6, Pulls Support from Docs and Sites

So Back in October 2010 this was the view of IE use on the CoP Platform.

 

From July 25, 2012

So in July 2012 this is what it is like on the Knowledge Hub

From July 25, 2012

So after an 11 year run Local Government may finally have moved on from IE6

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