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Are You Losing Money on IE7?

Ian Campbell is to ROI what Roger Ebert is to movies: He knows his stuff and usually gets it right. Campbell, founder of Nucleus Research (I worked there for a short stint), also likes to ruffle a few feathers. His latest salvo -- that moving to Microsoft's latest browser will cost you money.

Campbell's logic goes this way: IE7 isn't worth using, and once you find that out, it can take hours of your precious time to get it off and put IE6 back on.

Have you had this experience? Let me know at [email protected].

Posted by Doug Barney on February 20, 2007


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