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aeroalquimia
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  <meta content="IE=EmulateIE8" http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" />

:D

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LeBrIt
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Heh seems good however.. maybe its out of the topic but im still very upset about microsoft windows 7… it was just slap in the face for people who tested/used RC versions… how come that you can’t directly upgrade to paid for version… its such a hussle now to do clean isntall wiping everything on your hard drive.. i got 45 gig of graphic works not talking about all cs4, corel and other software to re-install… bigest pain is World of Warcraft :P so over all it will take me ages to get everything up and running again + i have to buy new hrad drive to back everything up :( very dissapointed in microsoft as such… bad company /slap

but hopefully this IE thingy will work properly when it comes out officially although its a microsoft they always manage to screw everything up :D

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tigerlabs
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5 – It has taken MS four browser revisions to finally achieve a relatively competent browser (at least we hope). That’s a pretty terrible track record and not one I would hold my breath for.

6 – Microsoft focuses on bringing their next browser up to current standards, unlike other companies who focus on bringing their browsers up to future standards. This is why Microsoft never has an industry leading browser and is always playing catch up.

7 – By the time IE9 is actually released, Firefox, Safari, Chrome and Opera will be capable of things the Microsoft team will still be learning about.

I agree 100%.

Microsoft’s Internet Explorer reminds me of a great book title..

“Satisfied Customers Tell Three Friends, Angry Customers Tell 3,000”.

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Motionreactor
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5 – It has taken MS four browser revisions to finally achieve a relatively competent browser (at least we hope). That’s a pretty terrible track record and not one I would hold my breath for.

6 – Microsoft focuses on bringing their next browser up to current standards, unlike other companies who focus on bringing their browsers up to future standards. This is why Microsoft never has an industry leading browser and is always playing catch up.

7 – By the time IE9 is actually released, Firefox, Safari, Chrome and Opera will be capable of things the Microsoft team will still be learning about.

I agree 100%.

Microsoft’s Internet Explorer reminds me of a great book title..

“Satisfied Customers Tell Three Friends, Angry Customers Tell 3,000”.

hehe, very true.

The saddest thing about Microsoft is that their management and corporate culture is stifling creativity, innovation and the professional careers of some very talented developers working there.

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