Tomcat76 Posted April 18, 2008 Author Share Posted April 18, 2008 (edited) A couple of notes on IE8....1) Because IE8 is still in beta, its handling by HFSLIP64 may change when a newer version of IE8 is released2) IE8 is slow to start the first time3) If you want to check the Windows installation with Microsoft Update, click the "Emulate IE7" button on IE8's tab bar, click OK, close all Internet Explorer windows and then go to Microsoft Update (in whichever way you prefer). This is necessary because Microsoft Update doesn't support IE8.... Too standards-compliant, maybe? 4) Don't slipstream IE8 beta 1 for anything else than testing purposes; future betas, release candidates and finals of IE8 may not be able to correctly update a source that has a previous version of IE8 installed Edited April 18, 2008 by Tomcat76 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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