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originally posted by: MRuss
I'm somewhat amused that MS knows what a crappy product IE is. I mean, I've never received any apologies for all the hacks, viruses and crashes that I (and many others) dealt with when IE was the only game in town.
IE is a joke. What confuses me is that anyone would trust a MS browsing tool for their computer again. You can change the browser but it's still...well..Microsoft.
You can take the browser out of Microsoft, but you can't take Microsoft out of the browser.
Microsoft is killing off Internet Explorer
“We'll continue to have Internet Explorer, but we’ll also have a new browser called Project Spartan, which is codenamed Project Spartan."
originally posted by: ScientificRailgun
a reply to: longy9999
One thing that has infuriated me in the IT sector is the corporate world's reliance on Internet Explorer for many web-based applications. It's changing slowly, but in the very recent past, if there was something you needed to do on a company's intranet for web-based services, Internet Explorer was a must.
It is maddening.