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Solution 1

If you want to run Multiple Versions of Internet Explorer (7,6,5.5) in Vista/XP for your testing use IETester.IETester is a free WebBrowser that allows you to have the rendering and javascript engines of IE 6 and IE5.5 on Vista and XP, as well as the installed IE in the same process.

Minimum requirement : Windows Vista or Windows XP with IE7 (Windows XP with IE6 has some minor problems)

Known problems and limitations

When resizing, the content may disappear. I am working to correct it on the next version.

The Previous/Next buttons are not working properly

Context menu is not working

Focus is not working properly

Currently this is This is an alpha release.

Download IETester from here

Sample Screenshot

Solution 2

Another way of running Multiple Versions of Internet Explorer by installing virtualPC,Vmware or Virtualbox softwares.

Solution 3

Using Multiple_IE (IE Versions 6,5.5,5.01,4.01,3.0)

This will work only in XP

Download Multiple IE installer from here

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  3 Responses to “How to Run Multiple Versions of Internet Explorer (7,6,5.5) in Vista/XP”

  1. This is a absolute fantastic (c)tooooool!!
    Thank you

  2. This is a very great tool! Thank you very much for this! :)

  3. Great idea, but unfortunately doesn’t quite cut it. My site in IE 7 is screwed up when I know it display fine in standalone IE7. Loading it in an IE6 window crashes IETest.

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