Concerns about Google's revamped privacy policies give Microsoft an opening to promote the tracking protection built into Internet Explorer.
DimplesAkaKaren noticed that Windows came with two versions of Internet Explorer. She asked the Answer Line forum which she should use.
Microsoft is proud of the fact that Internet Explorer 6 market share is finally down to one percent in the US. I'm still concerned about this remaining one percent, and why they're so stubborn.
Microsoft is jubilant because that the only way to get many people to stop using XP would be to pry the computer on which it ran from their cold dead hands.
Internet Explorer 6, the 10-year-old Web browser that Microsoft wants to terminate, has dropped below a 1 percent market share in the United States.
Internet Explorer as a whole continues to drop, but IE9 is steadily climbing, and as Windows 7 replaces Windows XP the fortunes of Internet Explorer will reverse.
Whether you use IE, Chrome, Safari, or Firefox, we'll show you how to streamline your browsing with these tips, tricks, and add-ons.
Here are all your answers to Microsoft's new plan to auto-upgrade the Internet Explorer 8 browser.
Google's Chrome 15 has jumped into the number one spot, replacing Microsoft's Internet Explorer 8 as the world's most popular browser edition.