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#1 gi7omy

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Posted 24 January 2011 - 02:26 PM

IE 9 is Beta software from Microsoft. It has nothing to do with Roxio, Sonic or any other software company.

If you run ANY Beta software, you should realise that you are TESTING it for problems.

If there are problems, then you send a bug report to the company producing the beta and tell THEM about it. If you fail to do this, then they won't be aware of the problem and the final release will probably have that bug still in it.

There is absolutely no point in telling company B that a beta from company A is causing problems with their software - it is company A who need to be told so that they can take steps to fix their software - not that other companies should modify theirs to suit
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