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Microsoft blasts IE haters with ironic IE hate site

Internet Explorer is no longer the dominant Web browser, but Microsoft is attempting to stage a comeback with a strange new IE10 IE sucks ad campaign.

Turbo-charge your browser with these top add-ons

Take browsers Chrome, Firefox, IE, and Opera to the next level with these 15 pro extensions that boost productivity, safety, and more.

Microsoft ships IE10 for Windows 7 preview, hints at 2012 launch

As expected, Microsoft on Tuesday shipped a major preview of Internet Explorer 10 (IE10) for Windows 7, using a moniker that hints at a final release as early as next month.

Internet Explorer 10 Preview available for Windows 7 users

IE 10 won't be a major upgrade over IE 9 for Windows 7 users

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IE10 for Windows 7 preview to debut Tuesday, reports say

Microsoft will release a preview of Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 on Tuesday, according to a report from a Chinese website, citing the company's head of IE marketing.

Privacy experts criticize moves to sidestep IE10's default Do Not Track settings

Apache, Yahoo overriding tracking settings -- off by default -- in Microsoft's new Internet Explorer browser

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Microsoft breaks silence, slates preview of Windows 7's IE10 for November

Microsoft today said it will ship a preview of Internet Explorer 10 (IE10) for Windows 7 next month, but would not commit to a timetable for a final release.

Microsoft speeds up IE10 Flash patching, matches Google

Adobe today issued a surprise update for Flash Player that patched 25 critical vulnerabilities in the ubiquitous media software.

Ad industry calls IE10's 'Do Not Track' setting 'unacceptable'

Many of the country's largest companies lashed out at Microsoft this week, claiming that its decision to turn on the "Do Not Track" privacy feature in Internet Explorer 10 would "harm consumers, hurt competition, and undermine American innovation."


Firefox: back in the No. 2 seat once again

Meanwhile, a security researcher sounds the alarm about Internet Explorer's vulnerability to zero-day attacks.