The death of IE6

Petitions and outcries against IE 6, which is a decade old, has now reached fever pitch, and countries are decreeing that IE 6, should now be abandoned.

Unfortunately IE 6 won't go extinct anytime soon, as it will be supported through the entire lifespan of Windows XP.

Bottom line is: The extinction or death of IE 6, will depend on the individuals using it, or the companies still enforcing it.

Although the exploit attack on IE 6, is basically over, countries like France and Germany have started urging people to either upgrade, or stop using Microsoft's IE 6.

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