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Non-free media information and use rationale for Internet Explorer 8

Internet Explorer 8 RTM, viewing Wikipedia's main page, running on Windows 7




Internet Explorer 8

Portion used


Low resolution?


Purpose of use

To provide a visual description of IE 8.


No, as no Microsoft-related screenshots are freely available.

Other information

This image was taken using Window Clippings.



Microsoft product screen shot, used with permission from Microsoft.

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