I'm curious to see what people think of 8 and how/if they plan to upgrade; or put another way, what is the protocol, planning that goes into upgrading browsers in general? In my experience a lot of the schools we're working with are using IE. A lot of the support issues I deal with on a daily basis are specifically attributed to IE6 issues (which causes a lot of web page rendering issues with Moodle). If people are interested, this is the basic breakdown of usage on our Moodle site: Internet Explorer 60.99%Firefox 26.18%Safari 11.31%Chrome 1.23% A further breakdown of IE gives us 1. 7.0 83.06% 2. 6.0 15.27%3. 8.0 1.64% It's great to see 7.0 has the majority as it generally causes less issues (but sometimes I can't even get it to load a web page when i first start it.) On Wed, Apr 15, 2009 at 10:41 AM, Raymond Ballou <[log in to unmask]>wrote: > Dear List: > > Has anyone delpoyed IE8 yet? I ask b/c early on when IE7 came out it broke > a > couple things. For us specifically it was Pinnacle Studio10. > > IE8 seems to be a much nicer version, specifically > much faster than IE7 > tabs seem more stable > daughter tabs are all the same color > a blank tab actually has useful info on it (like recently closed tabs) > > > R. > -- Joseph Thibault VP of Curriculum GlobalClassroom Email: [log in to unmask] Skype: joseph.thibault Cell: (802) 578-7422 Blog: http://theglobalclassroom.blogspot.com This information may be privileged or confidential and is intended for use solely by the person(s) named above. Review of this communication by anyone other than the intended recipient is strictly prohibited; and distribution or duplication of this communication may not be made without the prior consent of the sender.