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Windows 2000 upgrade to Windows 7?

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The older my system gets the more sites I see that say they will be phasing out my browser. I can't upgrade to the newest IE because 2000 won't support it.

I was wondering what the best solution was for this issue? Upgrade, buy new or don't worry about it and find a new browser?

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You can use the upgrade version but there is a catch. Only Windows Vista users will be able to do an in-place upgrade. This means that Windows XP or 2000 users will be forced to do a clean install.

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