It seems that IE6 can only be installed by live connection to the internet. The same goes for DirectX.
This new trend in installation techniques, that Microsoft obvioulsy wants to inflict upon us, has cost one of my company offices a whole working day, because we had to fix a computer at that office, and we only have a 56K modem connection at that there. At times, the download speed was as low as 2 Kb/sec.
Q. Where can I get the full version of IE6 and DX9 so that I can put them on CDs and transport to wherever I want?
Q. Is there any software that can help me to keep to temporary files that are downloaded?
Q. Why is Microsoft trying to control our lives, and what can we do about it?
Points will be awarded to the first to succesfully answer three questions.