Category: Internet Explorer

Google Chrome Market Share Drops To A Multi Month Lows

By | June 11, 2013 | 9 Comments


Here goes the hype.
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Xbox One Vs. The Rock

By | June 10, 2013 | 4 Comments

Xbox One Vs. The Rock

The only reason to get Xbox One.

Energy Efficiency Benchmarks: Internet Explorer 10 vs. Google Chrome 26 vs. Firefox 21

By | June 6, 2013 | 16 Comments

Energy Efficiency Benchmarks: Internet Explorer 10 vs. Google Chrome 26 vs. Firefox 21Microsoft funded study confirms that IE is the best.

Back in 2011, we compared IE9 and its competitors to see which one consumes the least amount of power. Spoiler alert: Internet Explorer won and Opera lost heavily.

Well, guys at Fraunhofer Inc. decided to download Internet Explorer 10, Google Chrome 26 and Mozilla Firefox 21 and do a study of their own.

Here are the results:
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Xbox 360: Internet Explorer Is Free For The Month Of May

By | May 21, 2013 | 3 Comments

Xbox 360: Internet Explorer Is Free For The Month Of MayWhy would anyone pay it to use IE anyway?

Yes, Microsoft charges $60 a year to use Internet Explorer because it’s that good. The good news? Assuming it works, you will be able to watch today’s Xbox Reveal event right on your Xbox, no gold membership required.

What about everyone else? Just head over to the following page and enjoy the live stream experience, and in case you have a Windows Phone, Microsoft has just published a new app, allowing you to watch the event on your phone. Only 9 hours remain.

And here are a couple of (completely unrelated) Xbox .GIFs
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April, 2013 Mobile Market Share: Android Browser, Opera Mini, Google Chrome – Up; Safari, Internet Explorer – Down

By | May 14, 2013 | 0 Comments


As always, we start with Apple’s Safari, which is yet to be challenged by any other web browser. This time its market share has decreased by 2.37 points, from 61.79% to 59.42%.
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Microsoft Thanks Developers With A Lame Video

By | May 10, 2013 | 2 Comments

Microsoft Thanks Developers With A Lame VideoHow many is too many?

When it comes to deep pockets, Microsoft is certainly one of the sugar daddies. However, while plenty of the companies spend an equal amount of money actually developing and improving their products, it looks like Microsoft’s latest approach is just to keep pushing ads, videos and some HTML5 web sites.

After all, who needs competitive features such as: synced tabs, updated Internet Options dialog that does not look like something from the 90s or even frequent releases? Everything is irrelevant when you choose to ignore competition and have big bucks to keep feeding your marketing machine.
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Picture: Developing A Website

By | May 9, 2013 | 4 Comments

It’s going to be great.

Picture: Internet Explorer Site Development

Internet Explorer 11 Developer Tools Hands On (Video)

By | May 2, 2013 | 2 Comments

If you’ve been keen on learning more details about the IE’s updated developer tools, here is a short hands on video, which should give you a far better impression than yesterday’s screenshot. Starts at around 3:30.
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New Windows 8 Leak Hints At Updated IE11 Developer Tools

By | May 1, 2013 | 5 Comments

New Windows 8 Leak Hints At Updated IE11 Developer ToolsIt looks like Microsoft needs to hire a set of new plumbers as Windows 8 details (and builds) are constantly leaked to the net.

The latest one, Windows 8 Build 9385, among other things includes an updated version of Internet Explorer 11, which hints at a new user interface for developer tools.

Windows 8.1 build 9385 also includes improved developer tools for IE11, with a new interface for accessing debugging and other options.
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Forrester: Internet Explorer Dominates The Enterprise

By | April 25, 2013 | 2 Comments

Forrester: Internet Explorer Dominates The EnterpriseBut nothing to brag about.

Now here is a shocker for you: according to the recent report by Forrester, when it comes to enterprise, Internet Explorer still remains the number one web browser that IT workers choose.

How credible is it? Well, the survey itself is based on 7,295 IT workers, so the sample size is pretty decent. However, it’s not all rainbows and sunshine for once dominant IE, which holds 40.2% of the market share. Turns out, Google’s own web browser is sitting right on its toes with 27.8% share, followed by Firefox’s 25.4% and Apple’s Safari (1.8%).
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