No wonder web developers and even companies hate IE. I have nothing against Microsoft, Windows 7 is a brilliant OS, but they need to give up hopes on IE and design a browser from scratch. Here you can see a … .
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An online retailer from Australia ‘Kogan’ has had it with Internet Explorer 7. Anyone who visits the website using IE 7 will be charged an additional 6.8% tax (IE tax) on purchases. Interestingly that figure is derived as 0.1% for … .
With the recent rise of the browsers Microsoft’s IE is taking quite a hit. Irrespective of all the latest additions from video codecs to all else it seems like IE 9’s market share is slowly dropping. One site even said … .
In the next browser battle its Microsoft’s IE8 versus Google Chrome, Microsoft says –‘You’re going down Google.’
Microsoft is on the warpath against none other than search giant extraordinaire Google. They’re accusing Google of not respecting their user’s privacy by collects all kinds of information like every keystroke made, in their Chrome browser. They’re saying that by … .
It’s sure as hell tickling the Germans this time. Let the ‘it’ be Internet Explorer’s fabled downslide of security that led Microsoft to label it as a ‘vector’. Users of versions 6, 7 and 8 have been warned by the … .
Microsoft makes us smile sometimes. Recently while downloading Internet Explorer 8, scores of users found themselves in splits because the following message: “Only complete downloads of Windows Internet Explorer 8 through browserforthebetter.com from June 8, 2009 through August 8, 2009 … .
Looks like the antitrust scuffle has not ended and Microsoft has announced that it will be providing another version of Windows 7 for Europe and sadly not Internet Explorer. Yes folk! No Internet Explorer for you guys! It seems the … .
Microsoft’s latest browser Internet Explorer is a memory hog it gobbles more than double the system memory of its main rival Firefox, 52% more memory than its predecessor IE7 and uses almost three times as may threads. In a test … .
Microsoft originally intended to add additional compliance support into IE7 (including the Acid 2 test), but it didn’t make it into the shipping build. It was then put in a lower priority on the bottom of a large “wish list” … .
Microsoft’s Internet Explorer the most widely used Internet browser for now has been selected as the most influential tech product of past 25 years according to a new survey by the Computing Technology Industry Association. Products developed by Microsoft claimed … .