tangor - 11:10 am on Feb 15, 2010 (gmt 0)
There should be no hurry to kill IE6. It will die a natural death as most systems running it will soon expire... the machines can't last much longer even if well constructed. The MTBF rate will kick in and the agencies (mostly government) will have to upgrade their hardware and that older version of IE (in most cases) will not run on it. We're still stuck with the imperfections of IE x.x accurately running W3C standards but we won't have to worry about that albatross known as IE6. Reminds of me Don Quixote... there are some windmills worth tilting... killing IE6 is not one of those.