Updating xp sp2
Even though removing Internet Explorer isn't a wise option, you most certainly can safely Internet Explorer and use your alternative browser as the one and only way to access the internet on your Windows computer.
Generally speaking, there’s really no excuse for not doing this and there’s also very little to lose (but see below).Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Technet Web site.If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site. There are methods outlined on some other websites that appear to completely uninstall Internet Explorer and provide workarounds for the problems that removing it causes, but I don't recommend them.In my experience, removing IE causes too many problems to be worth it, even with the workarounds.Nasty viruses and worms like Sasser and Blaster can enter an unpatched system as soon as it is connected to the Web. You don't even have to receive email or go to a web site - just being connected is enough.
XP SP2 fixes the security holes so you won't get attacked.
Download the BT optimised version of Internet Explorer 11.
Compatibility considerations Upgrading to the most recent version of Internet Explorer isn’t completely catch-free, unfortunately.
Starting from January 12, 2016, Microsoft will be dropping support for all versions of Internet Explorer other than the recent version for its still-supported operating systems.
In practical terms, for Microsoft’s consumer operating systems, that means: So if you’re using one of those operating systems and an older version of Internet Explorer, it won’t be long before it stops getting security updates and bug fixes from Microsoft.
New Session File Format (".ptf") Pro Tools 7.0 uses a new session file format and extension (.ptf) to distinguish its sessions from sessions created with previous versions.