Microsoft suggests disabling certain services while it works on a patch. Alternately, you can use an different browser like Google Chrome
Who the heck still uses any browser (from any browser maker) that is so old?
Just leave it unpatched. At least that way some of the users might update their browsers to versions a bit more recent.
>> Who the heck still uses any browser (from any browser maker) that is so old?
Corporations. My company bought so deep into the IE6 crap that we still have IE6 and IE8 as our only browsers on the desktop. This is why I stress to everyone: DON'T USE PROPRIETARY THINGS.
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
Yeah, we had that problem until a couple of years ago; at least my company upgraded to W7 a while ago, but now there's this ridiculous mess of our intranet data management GUI some employees need uses a more recent version of Flash while the IT refuses to upgrade and it's causing all sorts of problem
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