A Microsoft engineer said last week that Netscape 8 disables Internet Explorer's XML rendering capabilities. This means that people with IE won't be able to view XML web pages with IE after installing the newest version of Netscape.
An official fix for this problem will be released by AOL within a few days. It will be delivered to users via Netscape's auto-update feature. Netscape 8 was launched as a secure and easy-to-use web browser but only a few hours after the launch forty security flaws were found in the browser and a few days later users started reporting the problem with Internet Explorer.
An engineer from Microsoft posted the following fix on the Internet Explorer development blog: