The world hates Internet Explorer, there’s no secret to that however it seems that the UK Government just love it and more to the point, they make it so you have to use it and they also force you to use an obsolete version on an obsolete Operating System too.
According to the DWP (Department for Work and Pensions) website, you either need to be able to go back to 2001 in a time machine or downgrade your computer to use their online forms.
Operating systems and browsers
The service does not work properly with Macs or other Unix-based systems even though you may be able to input information.
You are likely to have problems if you use Internet Explorer 7, 8, 9 and 10, Windows Vista or a smartphone. Clearing temporary internet files may help but you may wish to claim in another way.
There is also a high risk that if you use browsers not listed below, including Chrome, Safari or Firefox, the service will not display all the questions you need to answer. This is likely to prevent you from successfully completing or submitting the form. You may wish to claim in another way.
Do you know of any other sites or governments stuck in the past?
Via: The Enquirer