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I had an opportunity to go to Kiel recently for some training, and one weekend, we did go to the miniature museum in Hamburg. It is a very neat place showing the history of Germany throughout the ages. The trains are neat, but the Airport room is awesome
The neat thing is all of the visual 'easter eggs' seen throughout the museum.
Because an internal thing is running on something that breaks on new mickeysoft browsers.
This morning (at my non-developer Saturday job) I have been fighting with IE11 on Win10 Home. (yes, they are using Home edition for the business) Start IE, it crashes. Disable all add-ons and restart it, it crashes. So why not just use another browser? Because the commercial web application we use to do business only works with IE<10! I finally got it to work by using the 'run as admin' option which raises another question. Why does that work, when I'm already an Administrator on the box? Actually, I don't care, as long as it works for my shift. My point is that it is bad business to promote an IE only product!
It could be a problem with the permissions on the file system or the registry. They aren't documented anywhere, and they're so complicated to fix that MS usually just tell you to create a new user profile, or refresh/reset your PC.
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