Comments (13)

  1. Drew Marsh says:

    The whole web development world is sitting on the edge of their seats salivating. Some, such as myself, hope to be able to praise you for a job well done and others can’t wait to find out what’s still broken and bash you.

    Good luck,

    Drew

  2. Joe says:

    That’s ie6/7 vpcs – not ie8 vpcs, right?

  3. Chocolim says:

    IE: The standart Browser for OUR standarts of our WEB (yes we buyed one)

  4. Wehre can we get our hand on the VPC?

  5. Charles says:

    Yes, how does one get the VPC’s?

  6. how does one get the VPC?

  7. David says:

    Pete, a clarification. Looks like Add/Remove programs has been disabled by the administrator in the ie6 vpc? Purposeful?

  8. Yes sir! Give us the VPC’s 😀

  9. foobar says:

    [Charles + Victor Shamanovsky]

    > how does one get the VPC?

    You can download a copy of Virtual PC 2007 for free from the official Microsoft website.

  10. Moss says:

    You have to be the WORST product manager, ever. Internet Explorer is dead software, the only reason it has such a market share is because Microsoft forces it down peoples’ throats by integrating it with Windows. You can’t even defend your own product. Pathetic.

  11. Gavin says:

    Why are the VPC’s in wrapped up in an .exe?? I develop on a Mac and would love to be able to test IE6/IE7. I have VPC for OSX. Why don’t you guys just put the virtual disk images in a neutral format, instead of putting it inside a self-extracting executable? It seems like a pointless barrier set up that is easily removed.

  12. Pete, I know how to obtain VPC, I should have been more specific. How can I get IE8 VPC, as in XpVista+IE8 in a VPC?

    Thanks! Can’t wait!