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Maybe Redmond should hurry up with IE 9, before it loses the rest of its users. According to the latest data from Forrester Research, business market share for Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE6 through IE8) has slipped nearly five percent, while Firefox and Chrome are on the rise.
To keep things in perspective, that's a slip from from 77.2 percent in April 2009 to 72.5 percent in March 2010.IE still has triple the market share of its nearest rival, Firefox, which enjoyed a three-percent bump, from 17 to 20 percent. As for Chrome, Google's PR folks can happily trumpet that Chrome has tri
Originally posted by Aggie Man
I hate IE and never use it; however, I can not get my windows updates without it. Is there a way around that?
Originally posted by ironfalcon
You mean updates for your Windows OS?
Follow these simple steps:
- Go to 'Control Panel'
- Select 'Automatic Updates'
- Select the 'Download updates for me...' radio button option
- Click 'Apply', then 'OK'