Tag: Internet Explorer

Microsoft Ends Forum Support For Several Windows Brands Including Internet Explorer 10 and Windows 7

Microsoft is restructuring its forum community. It would be removing staff members from their moderator positions as they'll be unable to answer users’ questions regarding old software such as Internet Explorer 10.

Microsoft June 11, 2018

Stop Using Internet Explorer: Browser's Zero-Day Exploit Leaves Users Vulnerable To Malware

A security firm had found a serious flaw in Internet Explorer that made it vulnerable to a malware attack. The group behind the attack is delivering the double-kill vulnerability through Microsoft Office files on a global scale.

Apps/Software April 26, 2018

Mozilla Firefox Grabs Bigger Market Share Than Microsoft's Edge And IE Combined: That's A First

For the first time ever, Mozilla's Firefox browser has overtaken Microsoft's Internet Explorer and Edge browser in desktop market share around the world. Google still commands a strong lead, however, with over 60 percent market share.

Apps/Software May 17, 2016

Microsoft Edge And Internet Explorer Are Steadily Going Down, While Chrome Is Rising

Microsoft could lose its position as the top browser provider within a couple of months. New data showed that the company’s Edge and Internet Explorer are losing against Google Chrome, which will most likely hit the top spot as early as May.

Business March 2, 2016

RIP Internet Explorer: All Versions Below IE11 Reach 'End Of Life' On Jan. 12: What Does This Mean?

Microsoft officially announced that Internet Explorer versions older than IE11 will reach their end of life on Jan. 12. Past that date, Internet Explorer 8, 9 and 10 will no longer receive updates or support, so here's what this means for users.

Apps/Software January 7, 2016

Watch The Demise Of Internet Explorer And Firefox At The Hands Of Chrome

While Internet Explorer was once the undisputed king of the Internet, Chrome has since eaten the market alive. This is demonstrated in a new visualization made by YouTube user Viktor Bohush.

Internet December 11, 2015

Death To Internet Explorer: Microsoft To Retire All Versions Under IE11 In January

Microsoft will end support for all versions of Internet Explorer except for the latest one available on supported operating systems. Clearly, it’s the company's strategy to woo customers over to Microsoft Edge.

Internet November 27, 2015

Microsoft Edge Could Be Chrome Killer If You Will Look At These Benchmark Results

Microsoft Edge proves better than Chrome on several benchmarks. The new web browser will replace Internet Explorer as the default in Windows 10.

Apps/Software July 18, 2015

Updating Java? Yahoo Is Courting You To Be Your Default Search Engine

If you don't pay attention the next time you update Java, you may end up with Yahoo as your default search engine. Yahoo just signed a three-year deal with Oracle.

Internet June 25, 2015

Windows 10: Everything You Need To Know About Microsoft's New OS

Microsoft is set to roll out its newest, biggest operating system on July 29. Are you ready for Windows 10?

Apps/Software June 2, 2015

Microsoft Removes ActiveX In Windows 10 Default Browser Edge

Many old technologies and APIs, including ActiveX controls, will no longer be supported by Microsoft's new Edge browser. Edge will replace Internet Explorer as the default browser in Windows 10.

Apps/Software May 10, 2015

RIP Project Spartan: Microsoft's New Web Browser Is Called Edge

Microsoft has announced the official name for its next Internet browser. Previously known as Project Spartan, the new browser will be officially called Edge.

Apps/Software April 30, 2015

Microsoft Wants To Track You Again: Do Not Track No Longer Default In Future Web Browsers

Microsoft turns off the 'Do Not Track' switch in its web browsers. Wait, let us explain, states Microsoft.

Internet April 4, 2015

Google Chrome Will Adopt Internet Explorer's Pointer Events API

After previously stating that it will not adopt the Pointer Events API of Internet Explorer, Google's Chrome team has reversed its decision and will implement the API after all.

Apps/Software March 26, 2015

Microsoft To Ditch Internet Explorer, But Can It Find Internet Browser Success?

Microsoft is reportedly ditching Internet Explorer in favor of a new browser, codenamed Project Spartan. But could Project Spartan reinstate Microsoft as a major player in the Internet browser game, at least for the techies among us?

Internet March 17, 2015

Google's Frantic Appeal To Firefox Users: Dump Yahoo Search Engine And Show Us Some Love

Google lobbies Firefox users to switch from Yahoo's search. After partnering with Mozilla, Yahoo's search has been nibbling at Google's share of the search engine market.

Internet March 17, 2015

Windows PC Users, Don't FREAK Out: Here's How You Can Protect YourSelf

The 'FREAK' security encryption vulnerability is actually worse than initial reports let on. There are, however, a few things every Internet user can do to shore up protection as patches are being created.

Internet March 9, 2015

Microsoft 'Spartan' Browser Features Built-in Cortana, Stylus Support, Group Tabs and More

Microsoft has announced an innovative web browser in Windows 10 that is codenamed 'Spartan.' The browser is said to have a slew of features that are seen in other leading browsers today.

Computers January 10, 2015

RIP Internet Explorer? New Web Browser Rumored for Windows 10

Sources report that Microsoft is creating a new web browser for Windows 10, codenamed "Spartan." The new browser will function and look more like its rival Internet browsers Mozilla's Firefox and Google's Chrome.

Apps/Software December 30, 2014

Microsoft Skype for Web Beta Launched: Now Call and Chat from Your Browser

Microsoft is launching a new Skype for Web in beta version. Find out if you're eligible to become one of its first users.

Apps/Software November 15, 2014

China regulators not happy with Microsoft, now investigating media player and browser

China is expanding its antitrust probe of Microsoft to include the tech company's media player and web browser. Analysts suspect latest developments in the investigation are a smoke screen.

Legal August 26, 2014

Microsoft mulled on rebranding Internet Explorer to bury bad reputation

Members of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer development team are debating to rename the browser. Apart from a plummeting market share, the browser is also faced with a negative reputation.

Business Tech August 19, 2014

Internet Explorer slowing down? Microsoft released a hotfix for that

Another day and another problem with Microsoft made software. This time, it's the Internet Explorer; users are required to download the hotfix manually rather than wait it out for an automatic update.

Apps/Software August 19, 2014

Microsoft once actually mulled renaming Internet Explorer to shed bad rep

The Internet Explorer development team considered changing the name of the Internet browser to differentiate it from its slow and unsafe predecessors.

Apps/Software August 17, 2014

Microsoft Update Tuesday aka Patch Tuesday fixes Internet Explorer: What you should know

Microsoft has just come out with the newest installment of its monthly Patch Tuesday updates. The security updates fix critical vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer.

Computers August 14, 2014

Microsoft IE8 browser support ending in 17 months

Microsoft is cutting support for Internet Explorer 8 in 17 months, about a year earlier than previously expected. The move is surprising, considering that the browser version is Microsoft's most popular.

Apps/Software August 11, 2014

Microsoft will release Internet Explorer update blocking old Java versions

Microsoft will release an update for the Internet Explorer on Aug. 12 that will protect users from exploits targeting outdated ActiveX controls.

Apps/Software August 8, 2014

Microsoft dangles IE security fixes as lure to move users to upgrade to IE 11

Microsoft is forcing users to update or risk not get any future IE 11 updates. It is a push to unify the company's efforts to enhance the browser.

Internet June 16, 2014

Google Chrome has finally KO'd IE in U.S. Weep, Microsoft

Google reached a market share of 31.8 percent over Microsoft's 30.9 percent. The rise of usage of Google's browsers can be attributed to the increase in popularity of mobile browsing.

Apps/Software June 9, 2014

Why authorities are worried about Internet Explorer vulnerability. Here's how to protect yourself

The US and UK governments want you to stop using Internet Explorer now. Yes, that’s how bad it is.

Apps/Software April 30, 2014

Firefox 29 is out with major design overhaul: What you should know

Firefox 29 is out and ready for action. But users will be confused by the radical new design and overhaul.

Internet April 30, 2014

Microsoft will release patch for dangerous IE exploit but not for Windows XP

Internet Explorer is vulnerable again. But this time around, Windows XP users are not up for getting an upcoming patch from Microsoft.

Apps/Software April 30, 2014

Microsoft warns of Internet Explorer security flaw and Windows XP users will not get a patch

A security research firm discovered a major flaw in all versions of Internet Explorer, but XP users will not get a security fix.

Apps/Software April 29, 2014

IE exploit used by Chinese hackers to spy on US vet site

From China with love? Online security firm FireEye detected the hack on the Veterans of Foreign Wars website Tuesday and reported its analysis Thursday pointing its fingers to hackers in China.

Internet February 14, 2014

Microsoft's November Patch Tuesday fixes zero day exploit

Microsoft's November Patch Tuesday is out and addresses 19 vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer and other Windows software.

Apps/Software November 14, 2013

Microsoft awards hacking expert $100k for plugging Windows 8 security hole

Microsoft paid a hacker big money for locating security threats within its software.

Apps/Software October 10, 2013

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