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supporter Pharmk480 Posted on: 2014-05-19 14:05:28 Read more
Google Chrome is a browser that combines a minimal design with sophisticated technology to make the web faster, safer, and easier.Google Chrome is an open source web browser developed by Google inc.
Very nice site!
supporter Pharmb736 Posted on: 2014-05-18 06:05:00 Read more
Very nice site!
supporter Pharmd944 Posted on: 2014-05-16 23:05:56 Read more
Very nice site!
supporter Pharmc910 Posted on: 2014-05-15 17:05:13 Read more
Very nice site!
supporter Pharme368 Posted on: 2014-05-14 10:05:06 Read more
Very nice site!
supporter Pharmc73 Posted on: 2014-05-11 21:05:56 Read more
Very nice site!
supporter Johnf51 Posted on: 2014-05-11 04:05:24 Read more
I do believe all of the ideas you've offered for your post. They are really convincing and will definitely work. Still, the posts are very quick for newbies. May just you please extend them a little from next time? Thank you for the post. eaffedeeekbk
supporter webdesigner Posted on: 2013-02-28 13:02:19 Read more
I hate ie, becouse you must use hacks and tricks to let it work. IE 10 is ok, but some peaple still use IE 6.
when you have a fast computer, chrome is the best.
when you have a slow computer, firefox is the best.
supporter Bobby Spicer Posted on: 2012-04-19 11:04:06 Read more
I love chrome and I have always used googles products! I used to be this way with Microsoft and will stay with their OS unless Google releases on that runs better then Windows 7 but that would be a hard task but I started with Google's search engine replacing altavista because it nailed it every time. I also used to love watch corporations compete and Google Inc, blew shh*T up. It was the under dog from hell that started smashing the big guys and I was hooked I applied for Gmail beta and since then I try to use everything they touch as long as I can get my hands on to it that is. I switched to from Ie to Firefox then to Safari I loved safari because it was fast like the web should be, but then came Google with Chrome beta and it matched and at time rendered even faster then Safari! But as for IE & the fox it was like a fox trying to keep up with a Cheetah! ;) Now lately I started to see IE commercials but when I actually seen it Instantly said they just ripped off Chrome all they did is moved the home button around and change the wrench icon and added two blue back and forward arrows. Anyways with their new browser I'm sure the battle will be taken further but from what I hear IE is still the slower browser. As for them claiming its more secure than Chrome I doubt it. But we will see!
supporter kamarms Posted on: 2011-08-13 05:08:33 Read more
I prefer Chrome 13 (or later) because I can easily install any useful, really needed third party extensions and scripts (greasemonkey from http://userscripts.org/tags) in Chrome. It took me forever when I tried to install scripts in IE9. I am not a computer geek, just a normal user. So, Chrome makes my life easier because there is no technical guideline to install scripts, I just need to click the install button.
Microsoft Internet Explorer
supporter Rajiv Posted on: 2013-07-18 08:07:02 Read more
Microsoft Internet Explorer,commonly abbreviated to IE, is a series of graphical web browsers developed by Microsoft and included as part of the Microsoft Windows line of operating systems starting in 1995.
Microsoft Internet Explorer 10 is truly very fast and support all websites while Google Chrome does not, and IE10 doesn't eat expensive 3G data compare to Google Chrome.
Nevertheless, I cannot browse without Ad-Muncher.
supporter See why Posted on: 2013-06-09 08:06:14 Read more
Chrome Eats Your Identity
supporter N Posted on: 2013-05-12 11:05:52 Read more
Chrome uses over google product.
supporter Lucas Posted on: 2013-03-31 09:03:49 Read more
Chrome use almost 500mb of memory on my PC with 10 tabs. IE10 use almos 200mb. Fuck it, Chrome!
supporter Edmondo Posted on: 2012-08-19 04:08:05 Read more
Chrome slow and eats identity
supporter Krodevak Posted on: 2012-08-14 21:08:09 Read more
The new Internet Explorer 10 is blazing fast, it's faster than Google Chrome in my PC.
supporter Nephi Posted on: 2011-08-16 10:08:03 Read more
Unbelievable how well-written and infroamitve this was.
supporter Kishen Saravanan Posted on: 2011-04-10 14:04:08 Read more
IE 9 is by far the fastest browser. What is the test on top. Even the logo is incorrect. IE 9 scores up to 339.8ms in sunspider test and chrome only scored 452.3 ms. I used to like chrome, until IE 9, the newer browser came out
supporter CameraManAlex Posted on: 2011-04-01 20:04:28 Read more
IE 8 & 9. First off. I use both IE and Chrome. Love the looks of Chrome as well as IE9. A lot of websites wont load properly on Chrome. I also dont trust google with the information I input to chrome.
supporter Karan Singh Posted on: 2011-03-23 03:03:08 Read more
IE9 is way faster than chrome. A lot of websites don't even render properly for me in Chrome.
News about Chrome or IE(update per hour)
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Google Updates Chrome To Version 37 With DirectWrite Support 26 Aug 2014, 8:47 amToday Google updated the stable version of their Chrome browser to version 37.0.2062.94 on Windows, OS X, and Linux. T his is a highly anticipated release for users on Windows specifically, as it marks the move from Microsoft's Graphics Device Interface rendering method to Microsoft's DirectWrite text rendering API . Using GDI resulted in significantly worse text rendering in Chrome compared to ...
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Six alternative web browsers you should know about 24 Aug 2014, 12:00 pmHow many web browsers are you familiar with? Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari and Opera have the vast majority of users, but hundreds of other browsers exist. Are they any good? Here's a closer ...
How to delete cookies in Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and IE 21 Aug 2014, 3:49 pmCookies can track your browsing, and much more. Here's how you can delete them. The post How to delete cookies in Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and IE appeared first on Digital Trends .
Microsoft's IE team pines for faster updates -- and respect 21 Aug 2014, 9:35 amInternet Explorer is still saddled with a reputation for being slow and behind the technology curve. Its developers clearly want to change that.
Auslogics Browser Care 2.0 puts you back in control of your browser’s key settings 20 Aug 2014, 2:57 pmAuslogics has released Auslogics Browser Care 2.0, a major new version of its Windows browser management tool that’s aimed at novices. Version 2.0 adds a new system health scanner tool, promises better handling of Chrome, Firefox and IE plugins, fixes all known bugs and implements an improved browser cache cleanup feature. The new system health scanner tool is clearly aimed at encouraging users ...
Google's retreat on Pointer Events makes life harder for web developers 20 Aug 2014, 11:04 amFor the next ten years, touch is all that matters, says Google. It's reversing its decision to add the Pointer Events standard to Chrome, meaning web developers lose what could be their best chance to get a single API for handling touch, mouse and pen input.
Look, no client! Not quite: the long road to a webbified Vim 20 Aug 2014, 2:30 amBuilding in the browser Programming the Web, Pt. III The most revolutionary aspect of all the changes that have taken place in web development over the last two decades has been in the web browser.…
Microsoft’s plan to rebuild Internet Explorer’s image: Stop calling it Internet Explorer 18 Aug 2014, 6:00 pmWhat would it take for you to give Internet Explorer another chance? What if it wasn’t Internet Explorer any more? During an Ask Me Anything on Reddit last week, engineers working on Internet Explorer discussed everything from reducing fragmentation by phasing out old versions of IE to the flavor of the cake Mozilla sent two years ago, but the most interesting reveal from the thread came when ...
Microsoft considering new name for IE 18 Aug 2014, 10:39 amRead full story for latest details.
Microsoft Considered Renaming Internet Explorer Due To Negative Perceptions 18 Aug 2014, 12:16 amAccording to Net Applications, Internet Explorer has more than a 58% web browser market share as of now. This is about triple the market share of the second-place browser, Google Chrome. However, Internet Explorer is known for having a bad reputation because previous versions of the software were vulnerable to security [...]
Here are ten online services that will save your business money 17 Aug 2014, 9:06 amSo many options…help is at hand.
Microsoft thinks you should give IE another chance 15 Aug 2014, 6:43 pmIn a wide-ranging "Ask Me Anything" chat on Reddit, developers and program managers from the Microsoft Internet Explorer team urged users to give the browser another chance. read more
Microsoft: Give IE another chance 15 Aug 2014, 11:33 amIn a wide-ranging "Ask Me Anything" chat on Reddit, developers and program managers from the Microsoft Internet Explorer team urged users to give the browser another chance.
IE on Android or iOS? Not in Microsoft's current vision 15 Aug 2014, 11:10 amA cross-platform push may be on at "cloud first/mobile first" Microsoft, but for now Internet Explorer isn't a product the company plans to make available for its mobile OS rivals.
Internet Explorer on Android or iOS? Not in Microsoft's current plans 15 Aug 2014, 5:26 amThe cross-platform push may be on at 'cloud first/mobile first' Microsoft, but for now, Internet Explorer isn't one of the products the company is planning to make available on iOS or Android.
Microsoft internally debated rebranding Internet Explorer 14 Aug 2014, 4:30 pmIt may be the most popular browser in the world, but even some at Microsoft still hate Internet Explorer. The name, that is. According to an " Ask Me Anything " session on Reddit, members of the Internet Explorer development team debated renaming the venerable browser, presumably in an effort to eliminate any distaste from the software's earliest days. "It's been suggested internally; I remember ...
What's in your toolbox? Why the browser wars are so last decade 14 Aug 2014, 1:11 amThe new reality of picking a web winner Feature Desktop browsers have reached a point where there isn't a huge amount of daylight between them. Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Opera are all on a pretty even playing field when it comes to features and speed.…
Infographic: Asia's mobile financial service pioneers 13 Aug 2014, 8:08 pmA look at the top 50 pioneers of the burgeoning mobile financial services market, as well as the state of mobile and digital disruption in various markets.
I'm tired of my Microsoft PC breaking down on the Information Superhighway 12 Aug 2014, 11:11 amNinth in a series. User experience is an ongoing series of surprises -- discovery of something unexpected and useful when positive and discovery of annoying glitches when negative. Both evoke emotional responses. The latter is devastating as little frustrations build to crescendo. That's the state I near with my "Microsoft All-In" experiment. Dissatisfaction grows. I started this journey on July ...
Browser Face-Off: Battery Life Explored 2014 12 Aug 2014, 3:08 amIt has been five years since we did a benchmark of the various web browsers and their effect on battery life, and a lot has changed. Our testing then included Opera 9 & 10, Chrome 2, Firefox 3.5.2, Safari 4, and IE8. Just looking at those version numbers is nostalgic. Not only have the browsers gone through many revisions since then, but computer hardware and the Windows operating system are ...
Microsoft slashes IE support, sets 'huge' edict for January 2016 10 Aug 2014, 2:59 pmMicrosoft is giving customers 17 months to stop using older versions of Internet Explorer, including the most popular of them all, IE8.
Microsoft slashes IE support, sets 'huge' edict for Jan. 2016 8 Aug 2014, 1:44 pmMicrosoft is giving customers 17 months to stop using older versions of Internet Explorer, including the most popular of them all, IE8.
Microsoft plans to finally kill support for Internet Explorer in Jan 2016 8 Aug 2014, 1:28 amMicrosoft is planning to cut support for Internet Explorer 8 and 10, which means users would be forced to use the latest version of IE, after January 12, 2016.
Microsoft plans to finally kill support for older versions of Internet Explorer in January 2016 8 Aug 2014, 12:56 amMicrosoft is planning to cut support for Internet Explorer 8 and 10, which means users would be forced to use the latest version of IE, after January 12, 2016. The change will take effect on January 12th, 2016, meaning Windows 7 and Windows 8 users will need to be running Internet Explorer 11 to continue receiving updates.
Internet Explorer 'Most Exploited' Browser During First Half of 2014: Microsoft to Release new Security Feature that ... 6 Aug 2014, 11:22 pmIn the wake of a recent security report that threw light on Internet Explorer falling prey to the maximum number of security vulnerabilities during the first half of 2014, Microsoft has now announced that it will begin blocking outdated and old ActiveX controls within IE, via a new security feature called 'out-of-date ActiveX control blocking.' "As part of our ongoing commitment to delivering a ...
Internet Explorer gets more secure -- will start blocking outdated ActiveX controls 6 Aug 2014, 8:26 pmIn the technology world, it is fashionable to bash Internet Explorer. There is that old joke that people only open IE once -- to download Chrome or Firefox. To some extent, that is true; however, Microsoft's web browser has been improving leaps and bounds. When I am on Windows, I enjoy using version eleven very much. Unfortunately, the reason Internet Explorer got a bad reputation with some tech ...
IE plays security catch-up, will block outdated Java plug-ins 6 Aug 2014, 1:46 pmMicrosoft today said that Internet Explorer (IE) will begin blocking out-of-date ActiveX controls -- the browser's proprietary plug-in format -- when the company updates the versions that run on Windows 7 and Windows 8 next week.
Chrome passes 20% share milestone, locks up 2nd place 3 Aug 2014, 8:59 amGoogle's Chrome browser last month broke the 20% user share bar for the first time, according to Net Applications.
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