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Finally, after months of anticipation, Microsoft has decided to give Windows 7 users the program they’ve been screaming for: Internet Explorer 11. Nah, just kidding. Microsoft released IE11 to limited fanfare last week. IE11 is now available in 95 different languages for Windows 7. Windows 8.1 users received the update on October 17, and Windows 7 users received it just a few weeks after.Read More
It’s Microsoft’s job to promote its own software. Usually, it promotes its own software by promising better usability and unique features that other software programs don’t have. But now, it looks like Microsoft is taking a different approach when it comes to marketing its Internet Explorer browser. Specifically, Microsoft claims that Internet Explorer uses less power than other browsers.Read More
Microsoft has tried to re-brand its Internet Explorer line with Internet Explorer 10. But unfortunately, it looks like IE 10 is just as vulnerable to the strange security flaws as previous versions of Internet Explorer. Today, a computer security website called Spider.io reported that Internet Explorer was experiencing a data leakage that allows websites and hackers to monitor cursor movement aRead More
Microsoft recently released Internet Explorer 10. Although that program technically bears the ‘Internet Explorer’ name, Microsoft promises that it has little in common with its predecessors. That’s right: Microsoft believes IE10 is not slow, buggy, or crash-prone. Nor is it susceptible to viruses or malware. Instead, it’s a brand new browsing experience that aims to redefine the InterneRead More
Google is the world’s largest online advertising company. It generates billions of dollars of revenue per year tracking users across the internet. It would be logical to think that Google would want to avoid installing anti-tracking devices on its software. However, after Microsoft added standardized Do Not Track protection to Internet Explorer 10, Google decided to add the same feature intoRead More
Internet Explorer’s reputation has gone on a steep downhill trajectory over the last few years. Today, when many computer users hear “Internet Explorer” they immediately think of uninstalling toolbars from their grandparents’ computers or encountering countless prompts to install the latest plugins. But Internet Explorer might be more than just a minor annoyance. It might be a threat toRead More