Category: Internet Explorer

Weekly Browsers Recap, March 15th

By | March 15, 2010 | 2 Comments

Weekly Browsers Recap, March 15th

Thanks to Daniel Hendrycks, Dels, mabdul, nobody and Nox for links.

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Internet Explorer 6 CSS Mess

By | March 15, 2010 | 3 Comments

Internet Explorer 6 CSS Mess

Thanks to mabdul for this! Via my.opera.com.

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February, 2010 – Google Chrome, Opera Mini Share Goes Up; Firefox, Safari, Opera – Down

By | March 15, 2010 | 4 Comments

February, 2010 - Google Chrome, Opera Mini Share Goes Up; Firefox, Safari, Opera - Down.Time to check February browser market share results.

Internet Explorer continues its downfall saga; as market share fell from 62.12% to 61.58% (0.54 points decrease).

For a fourth month in a row, Firefox is losing its market share as well. This time it has decreased by 0.2 points, moving down from 24.43% to 24.23%.

Another month, another gain for Chrome. In February, this browser market share increased by 0.39 points, as it went up from 5.22% to 5.61%. Continue Reading

The Difference Between Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera and Safari

By | March 15, 2010 | 56 Comments

What’s the difference between all those browsers? Take a look at CollegeHumor interpretation:
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Internet Explorer 6 Funeral Pictures

By | March 14, 2010 | 7 Comments

“On March 4, 2010 Aten Design Group held a funeral for one of the most amazing browsers ever, IE6.”
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Microsoft Tweaks Browser Ballot Screen

By | March 10, 2010 | 2 Comments

Microsoft Tweaks Browser Ballot ScreenAs ballot screen was pushed at the beginning of March, various users started noticing anomalies behind random browser order.

For some reason, it would favor Google Chrome, increasing its chances to be first, second or third in the list.

As a result, Microsoft has tweaked random order algorithm, which solved this issue. Unfortunately, no more details were provided.

“We can confirm that we made a change to the random icon order algorithm in the browser choice screen for Europe. We are confident the algorithm change will be an improvement. As always, we are grateful for the feedback we get from developers, and we thank those who commented on the topic and suggested changes,” said Microsoft’s Kevin Kutz.

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Google Will Benefit from Internet Explorer 9, Says Microsoft

By | March 8, 2010 | 3 Comments

Google Will Benefit from Internet Explorer 9, Says MicrosoftFew months ago, it was announced that Internet Explorer 9 will be the first browser to use hardware accelerated graphics and text.

According to Microsoft’s senior product manager for Internet Explorer, Pete LePage, Google shall benefit from the upcoming Internet Explorer 9 release. When navigating sluggish sites, such as Google Maps, there will be a noticeable difference.

“That is, hardware graphics acceleration is going to give you better reading experiences – better fonts and an improved ability to see images and scroll through them.”

“Because we are moving all of the graphics processing to the part of the computer that is designed for it, you will get a smooth, wonderful experience.”

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Weekly Browsers Recap, March 1st

By | March 2, 2010 | 0 Comments

Weekly Browsers Recap, March 1st

Thanks to mabdul and Nox for links.

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Steam Replaces Internet Explorer with WebKit

By | February 26, 2010 | 3 Comments

Steam Replaces Internet Explorer with WebKit
Steam, one of the most popular content delivery platforms is ditching Internet Explorer rendering engine in favor of Webkit.

“We swapped out the Internet Explorer rendering engine with WebKit, which gives us a bunch of size, stability and performance benefits,” John Cook, Director of Steam Development at Valve said.

Who’s next?

If you would like to try a new version of Steam (beta), please visit the following page.

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YouTube to Stop Supporting IE6 on March 13

By | February 23, 2010 | 9 Comments

Starting from March 13th, Internet Explorer 6 users will receive the following notification, when watching video:

YouTube to Stop Supporting IE6 on March 13

Google also added: “Stopped support essentially means that some future features on YouTube will be rolled out that won’t work in older browsers.”

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