RE: Either quickly resolve IE7 problems or pull off from Microsoft Upd
MICROSOFT: RE IE7: STOP THE FLIGHT OF THIS TURKEY! NOW!! SHOOT IT IN THE
HEAD. Go back to IE6, Fix all the issues, Call it IE-PERFECT and never
upgrade again. SEVEN SUCKS EXHAUST PIPES!
"Grant - NES" wrote:
> IE v7 upgrade from latest IE v6 sp2 with all security/latest updates is AWFUL.
> I have advised ALL of my customers NOT to install.
> It has caused several performance issues on systems that have been upgraded.
> Slow or hung IE v7 sessions, with NO error data collection/submission to
> Microsoft (ie. OCA)... and no recovery other than to restart OS. IE v7
> windows (usually 3 tabs/windows) get hung on websites that continue to load
> under IE v6 with no problems. Windows are ghosted and show no content and
> never load. Can't terminate IE v7 even from Task Manager.... desktop
> remains covered.
> Also have seen IE v7 pop-up windows come BEHIND main window which is poor
> usability feature... and hangs session/IE main window.
> No fixes on Windows/Microsoft update for IE 7 either... checked, hoping to
> resolve problems.
> Uninstalling to gte back to latest IE sp2 with all updates prior (last week)
> does not work... IE v6 hangs. Then had to re-install v7 and now have
> system/IE instability issues.
> Since IE v7 is INTEGRATED into Windows XP... this is mission critical
> application. Causing me many headaches in supporting customers who
> accidentally install/forced via Windows/Microsoft automated updates.
> I called Microsoft OS/IE support and was disconnected by phone system once
> case opened (SRX061118601802).... not good either!
> PLEASE DISCONTINUE DISTRIBUTION OR FIX IMMEDIATELY!
> Grant Leclerc
> CNW Tech
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