Because IE6 still has a 30% market share , it’s important to test your website on IE6.
Sadly, installing IE7 removes any hope of safely being able to do so….There are compatibility issues with apps like IE6Standalone etc which don’t make them 100% reliable. In my case, Windows auto-update was kind enough to upgrade my specific IE6 virtual machine to use IE7. *rolls eyes*
To uninstall IE7, and revert back to IE6:
- click Start -> Run.
- Type: %windir%ie7spuninstspuninst.exe into the text box, then click OK.
It’s pretty quick to run, but requires a restart.