Internet Explorer 6 is now eight years old and is not Web compliant. Microsoft has been trying to get IE 6 users to upgrade but without success. It seems that many companies won’t allow their users to upgrade IE 6 because of deployment policies and internal standardization that sound outdated. So it seems that Google has come to the rescue with what it calls Chrome Frame that will run inside of IE 6. According to Google, this will make the old browser Web compliant and more responsive.
The Google blog also states the following:
It’s free and installs in seconds. For Internet Explorer 6, 7, and 8 on Windows Vista / XP SP2.