Posts Tagged ‘Internet Explorer’

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Microsofts IE9 gathers pace

29 June 2010 | Alex Christie

There was a lot of noise coming from the Microsoft camp when Internet Explorer 8 was launched. But the fact that it was soon announced that Microsoft was to start developing IE9 pretty much confirmed [...]

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Microsoft clarifies its stand on IE9 Flash

4 May 2010 | Alex Christie

Microsoft got some bad publicity last week due to its stand on IE9 and Flash support. On Thursday last week, Dean Hachamovitch, General Manager of Internet Explorer, published a blog post noting that “the future [...]

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Microsoft previews IE9 at Mix10

23 March 2010 | Alex Christie

The long awaited ‘first peak’ into Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) was given to developers at the annual MIX event hosted by Microsoft in Las Vegas, USA. MIX is a conference for web designers and developers [...]

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Windows users now have the option to choose their favourite browser

1 March 2010 | Alex Christie

As from today (1 March 2010), Microsoft is legally obliged to start advertising alternatives to its web browser, Internet Explorer (IE), following an agreement reached with the European Competition Commission (ECC) in December 2009. The [...]

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IE6 grinding to a slow stop

5 February 2010 | Alex Christie

Google has stated that they will suspend support for Internet Explorer 6 (IE6) on its Gmail and Calendar services from 1 March 2010. This comes after Google admitted hackers had breached their network, and stolen [...]

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Microsoft will not give up on Internet Explorer 6

12 August 2009 | Alex Christie

High profile traffic sites like YouTube and Digg are considering dropping support for Internet Explorer 6 very soon, as they are increasingly growing frustrated with modifying their sites to support Internet Explorer 6. From a [...]