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The (probably) never ending war of Chrome, FireFox, and IE
Thursday, November 03, 2011 10:34 PM
Something interesting happened in October (yeh, stocks have been doing comparatively great): IE's share in global desktop browser usages has dropped to a perilous 52%. This, combined with its barely there mobile browser usage, brings its overall share below the 50% percentage mark. Source: www.frelia.com With interesting data invariably comes incessant probe... Read More...
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Microsoft's Chinese problem with IE6
Thursday, October 20, 2011 8:08 PM
Microsoft got to be so very tired of IE6, the once very popular child of their browser families, so much so that they set up a count-down website dedicated to the sole purpose of killing it. Source: Microsoft IE 6 Count Down Guess who is standing in the way? China. Chinese IE6 users have been trickling down, as of today it has about 28%. But 28% still makes a... Read More...
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Firefox 7 and the speed war among browsers
Friday, September 30, 2011 4:28 AM
Was it just yesterday Mozilla released FireFox 7, was it just last month it released Firefox 6? What is new in FireFox 7? Nothing you can see. But Firefox 7 is said to have reduced memory usage by 50 percent, which is great news if you have 16 tabs open all the time.Like me, whenever I checked my process memory usage, Firefox is always on top. FireFox7 is said... Read More...
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