I have read a similar question and the answer that was given. Unacceptable. Those of us using MSN Premium PAY for this service. Why is Microsoft not doing more to make this a viable and compatible browser with the rest of the net? I have checked to see what version of MSN Premium I am using and it states that it 9. something. However, that is not the message I am getting from other websites who tell me I need to either upgrade to a higher version or use a different browser, because their software is rating MSN Premium as only using Internet Explorer 7.What I want to know is why should I continue to pay for a service that is becoming increasing less viable as time goes by? Also what kind of time frame are you looking at in terms of getting this problem solved?I received a notice today from Intuit that as of Sept 1, 2012 I will no longer be able to access their web service with MSN Premium. If I have to use another browser to access certain websites, tell me please, why should I continue to pay for a subscribtion to MSN Premium?
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