Every time you install a newer version of Internet Explorer, Windows has a tendency to overwrite previous versions. And generally, that’s a good thing. But if you’re a developer and you want to see how your website looks to someone running an ancient browser, you might want to install an old copy of Internet Explorer alongside your IE7.
It is not difficult to follow the instructions and get any version of IE running in standalone along side other versions. Most of you probably know of evolt’s archive of Internet Explorer which has them readily packaged in ZIP files. Now suppose you want to download them all. An installer that would conveniently automate the whole process would be great. Yousif Al Saif created a nice installer. It will install Internet Explorer 3, 4.01, 5, 5.5, and 6. The installer will not work with Windows Vista