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Thread: IE3 Is ALIVE!

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    IE3 Is ALIVE!



    Still alive and well.
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    Probably crashes less then the more up to date releases...
    "An expert is someone who will tell you why you can't do something." - Alec Issigonis (designer of the Mini)

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    Thumbs up

    stable and lightweight i guess, where can we get this?

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    You can't.
    It has been obsolete since the days of Windows 3.1 or Windows For Workgroups back BEFORE the daze of Windows 95...

    If you desperately need it, your best bet would be a magazine CD from the days of Windows 3.1
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    Good God.
    I thought it would have long since been forgotten about...
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    You can also get it with Office97. It's an office suite I still use (believe it or not because I don't always want old files to be unreadable on other older PCs and the VBA in Access 97 is radically different from subsequent releases) but it always sticks this "Upgrade" to Internet Explorer 3.0 shortcut on the desktop as part of its installation.
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    Hehe, I remember that shortcut.
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    wow, i though we cannot get that any more. thanks! i think ill get one.

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    Why not go all the way back to Version 1.

    http://www.oldversion.com/Internet-Explorer.html
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