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Windows 7: IE9 confirmed for March 2010

19 Mar 2010   #151

Windows 7 home , Vista Ultimate sp2 , XP Pro sp3

In case anyone want to know which team I'm talking about in post # 145 , this guy say it all ... I'm one of them fans ... lol

Brophy: See it to be-Leaf it - WAP

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20 Mar 2010   #152

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by m00nd0g View Post
Microsoft knows exactly what they are doing , its all part of their plan ... Clear out your mind for sec and think if MS comes out with a really top notch browser where do you think most will go to ? Its like my city with this sport team , this team is so bad and its been like that for many years but yet its one of the richest team out there for that sport . they don't need to be the best if they are selling out in tickets , now do they ? Until this team starts to lose money or drop in attendance , then they will start to get better but not until then , its almost the samething with MS ...
you must be from seattle
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20 Mar 2010   #153

Windows 7 64 Bit Home Premium

Thanks for the information.
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