Steam Replaces Internet Explorer with WebKit

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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.

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  1. ichann says:

    Though I do not use Steam, it is a welcome change nonetheless.

  2. mabdul says:

    I do think they are preparing their support for the mac version of steam. (was anywhere in the news!)

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