Discussion in 'other software & services' started by elapsed, Dec 1, 2011.
I've seen several cases of friends/relatives abandoning Chrome (which, in almost all cases, they didn't even want to install in the first place - Chrome ended up on their machines thanks to being bundled with some other "essential" software) in favor of IE9.
I didn't do anything to their machines, I just asked what were they using, observing their usage as well.
Well, I've disliked IE & not really used it for a long time, for a variety of reasons, but I must admit that IE 9 (especially the 64 bit) is pretty good. Not only does it appear to be very secure it is no slouch in page rendering. It still has a few things that bug me though. We seem to be spoilt for choice at the moment with decent browsers.
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