A bug in Internet Explorer 4.0 is causing huge bandwidth wastage, according to the Webmaster at AbsoluteChat.com, Justin Vincent. He has appealed to Microsoft to fix the problem. Some search pages, for example, are marked as "non-cacheable", so the browser has to reload the text but should not reload the images. IE 4.0, however, reloads both, which Vincent said wasted up to 18Gb of bandwidth on his site in the last month. Microsoft was unable to comment by the time PC Week went to press.
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