webcal links (eg. webcal://www.domain.com/calendar.ics)will only work in Internet Explorer if Outlook 2007 is installed on the users machine. Office 2003 or earlier do not install the support required to make webcal links active.
spoon.net/browsers allows you to run multiple versions of IE (Internet Explorer) at the same time. You must visit the site using a version of IE to have the multiple versions launch. You can now run IE8, IE7 and IE6 at the same time. No overly complicated installs required. Very simple to install and use. You… Continue reading Run Multiple versions of IE (Internet Explorer) at the same time
Worth checking-out: http://www.oracle.com/technology/pub/articles/haefel-oracle-ruby.html Article/tutorial works better on Windows machine. What else is VMware for? 😉
Microsoft decided to release a critical update several months back that modified Internet Explorer so users cannot directly interact with Microsoft ActiveX controls loaded by the APPLET, EMBED, or OBJECT elements. Users can interact with such controls after activating their user interfaces. Basically, IE blocked flash from running right-away. A dot-border box with the phrase… Continue reading MS Vista “showcase site” has work-around for the IE ‘click to use flash’
Filezilla – very well done. There is even a free FTP server version. LeechFTP – has been around for a long time. Very popular. SmartFTP – a lot like CuteFTP… but free.