Despite Security Flaws, Internet Explorer Resists Decline and Fall

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  1. bigc73542

    bigc73542 Retired Moderator

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    Link to story: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/perl/story/33181.html

     
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    Very interesting article bigC...see for all the die hard IE users..were still top dog...no matter how many polls are taken to prove the contrary...i know there is a lot of issues with IE...but i have never been effected once...by the looks of it sp2 is headed in the right direction...be interesting to see if all the ones who critizied IE...try to jump back on the band wagon,when IE becomes the best browser to use...latley i have been noticing a few issues with the so-called replacement browsers :cool:but once again,that is only my opinion :)
     
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    Maybe the 98.4% of the people that use IE don't know any better.---------- JUST KIDDING. I think IE is a good browser My personal preference is opera.I also like firefox It just depends what you like. ;) *puppy*
     
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