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webdesignerart says
I read this thread on squido: http://www.squidoo.com/internet-explorer-10 and http://www.neowin.net/news/ie10-is-8-faster-than-chrome-20-says-strangeloop

That internet explorar 10 better that firefox and chrome. I wonder internet explorer is going to rule on these famous browsers :P

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scrnjakovic says

IE done enough damage to developers that it doesn’t even matter anymore :P I will hate it to the rest of my life, even when it evolves into a browser that does not require bunch of additional code to make things work, which by the way work natively in other browsers, I’ll still hate it, but just might re-think about my secret plan of crashing a plane into microsoft.

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KBRmedia says

IE done enough damage to developers that it doesn’t even matter anymore :P I will hate it to the rest of my life, even when it evolves into a browser that does not require bunch of additional code to make things work, which by the way work natively in other browsers, I’ll still hate it, but just might re-think about my secret plan of crashing a plane into microsoft.

lol. It was not that bad.

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Thecodingdude says


IE done enough damage to developers that it doesn’t even matter anymore :P I will hate it to the rest of my life, even when it evolves into a browser that does not require bunch of additional code to make things work, which by the way work natively in other browsers, I’ll still hate it, but just might re-think about my secret plan of crashing a plane into microsoft.
lol. It was not that bad.

No, it’s not constraining the entire Internet to move forward. still having to support ie means no joy :(

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CodingJack says

To their credit IE10 is fast as hell. But there’s no Fullscreen API for and that just makes me believe that these guys will always be trailing the pack on something.

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PixelBin says

Who cares. Its market share will remain infinitesimal till IE 29 comes out. You can’t expect much of willing IE users.

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CodingJack says

Who cares. Its market share will remain infinitesimal till IE 29 comes out. You can’t expect much of willing IE users.

I have a theory about this. And that is, a few years ago, Microsoft created a way to check if you were using an legal version of Windows when using “Windows Update”. And because many people in the world were, they simply stopped getting updates, which meant being stuck with IE8 . So I guess as long as large amounts of people pirate Windows this problem will always exist. But because of this, I really do think the numbers are inflated (and this is why I’m hoping to ditch IE8 support soon). Because other than people who literally can’t update their computer because the company IT guy has it on lock down, who really rejects updates? My Grandmother maybe, who’s probably afraid of installing anything, but I have to imagine most people understand that updates = better security.

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NicoaraCostin says

In some cases, updating means less performance. Maybe in this idea some ppl do not update their browsers. The point is that IE has damaged the brain cells of developers and that wont be forgiven soon.

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error201 says

Why would you start a thread with this title, some sick joke?

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