Internet Explorer 6 Knowledge Base articles
When you IE6 to move from a Web site on an XP SP2-based computer, IE may crash
On a Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2)-based computer, you use Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 to move from a Web site that contains a reference to a style sheet. In this case, Internet Explorer 6 may crash.
This problem occurs if you have installed cumulative security update 933566 (MS07-033) for Internet Explorer or later cumulative security updates for Internet Explorer.
When IE6 is installed on an XP based computer, it takes longer than expected to browsde the subfolders in the Favorites folder and to open a network share that is mapped to a toolbar
This issue occurs if the network share is connected to the network through a high-latency/low-bandwidth WAN connection. This issue may occur because of the time that is required to fetch the metadata for the Favorites folder and for the toolbar items. This metadata is used to display tooltips for the Favorites folder and the for the toolbar items.