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I wish that those computers are not connected to the internet, but importunately some of the are.I worked in company for some time that used IE6 as their standard browser and floppy disks instead of USB sticks...It's using Timber and I just checked on Timber's demo shop on IE and it's working alright. So if I remember correctly, when there's no product in the cart, it remembers that state even after one is added. Basically it just shows products (or lack of it) that are already there the moment it's opened and persists. Apologies for taking your time but maybe for you it was the easiest thing in the world! Anyway, for the paypal button in the cart, I'm sorry but I'm not sure I did anything special for it. That was the problem we were trying to solve back then. If I remember correctly, it appears after the checkout button automatically as long as you have paypal activated? Otherwise, the system will help you turn automatic updating on and install the latest version of Internet Explorer that works with your operating system and computer.After majoring in physics, Kevin Lee began writing professionally in 1989 when, as a software developer, he also created technical articles for the Johnson Space Center.that was 2 years [email protected] - If it were my choice I would not support ANY version of IE :) Sadly, the site is used by "enterprisey" users, and believe it or not, a large percentage are still using IE7. Open Windows Update and find the update that will install Internet Explorer 8. This way it will not install Internet Explorer 8 until you manually unhide it again.
Windows Update is a free Microsoft service that's used to provide updates like service packs and patches for the Windows operating system and other Microsoft software.
Microsoft is not alone in moving to silent updates.
It follows Google’s Chrome browser which pioneered the concept of silent updating in 2009, and more recently Mozilla Firefox has revealed that they are working on a "Firefox Updater Service" that will allow for silent updates as well.
For anybody interested in staying on their old browser, Blocker Toolkits for both IE8 and IE9 upgrades are available for download at Microsoft and their settings will continue to be honored.
The roll out starts in Australia and Brazil in January 2012 and I am looking forward to see the feedback data from Microsoft on what the level of success will be.
Overall this change is in line with the new update mechanisms coming in Windows 8, which will make the overall update experience much smoother for Windows users.