A few weeks ago, Dark_King pointed me to a file from the UK's Mirror service that presents itself as an upgraded, stand-alone version of IE6 that may be used on a Win2K system. The file is known as IE6EOLAS_NT.ZIP. It downloads beautifully and opens in Winzip, but does not contain a usual setup executable file--just 13 separate files, most of which are DLL. I hesitate to add these to my IE subdirectory in PROGRAM FILES, because I don't know if doing this will harm the functionality of IE6 I'm already using. Winzip does not treat this as a self-executing or self-extracting archive, so all I can do is extract them to a directory on my system.
Please give me some insight into how I may use this set of files safely to add more features to IE6, SP1. Thanks.