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Internet Explorer 10 [9GAG]
Akemi Iwaya (Asian Angel) is our very own Firefox Fangirl who enjoys working with multiple browsers and loves 'old school' role-playing games. Visit her on Twitter and Google+.
This cant have been made by a native english speaker… since when do you say “Welcome to the Internet Explorer 10″… lol
Where it the toilet flush icon?
Pretty much the only use ,,,
I use it to download antivirus first, then chrome.
Now THAT’S the funniest thing I’ve seen all day :D
I have no love of M$ products, but I must remind you guys that IE has passed Chrome, FF, Opera, Safari in blocking malicious websites. IE9 blocked ALL such sites. Opera, none. FF, Chrome, Safari were middling.
Opera uses AVG to guide their site-blocking. FF, Chrome, Safari use google. IE uses M$’s in-house product.
Having said that, I still use FF, but I’m on a mac or linux box so feel a bit more protected. If I were on a PC, I might stick with IE.
Maxthon 3 FTW!!!
I like how so many people who complain and bash something either haven’t used it at all, or haven’t used it in a LONG time.
I just ran into that again yesterday:
Friend: “I hate Internet Explorer! It can’t render pages correctly, or do ANYTHING that my current Chromium browser can do.”
Me: “What version are you using? The new beta?”
Friend: “I’m not, you think I would touch that? I haven’t touched it since IE6 on XP.”
Me: “Yeah, I don’t like Ford Pintos either”
//I use Chrome
Ha ha… It’s funny ’cause it’s true.
I actually like IE9, it renders everything fine for me, no complaints. And its actually really fast.
Personally, I like Chrome best. However IE9 is by far the fastest browser out there. Firefox is ugly and bloated, and Opera is ugly and slow.
err I mean IE10
hahahaha i love it :)
IE9 so buggy, i delete and go back to ie8
This is pathetic and not even funny.
IE is much better now than it used to be.
Favicons are still handled terribly!
LOL FOR SURE
Lol nice one, although i am laughing at the comments more than the photo.
IE has been a bloatware since 7, it self made windows a bloatware starting from IE4/win98. (most important thing for me)
Yes IE is better than what it was, but still worse than FF 2.0, Just check how many add-ons have been installed without you noticing it.
I cant say anything about rendering, it is usually a matter of personal taste. Though it is reasonable that most pages are designed by Web admins to comfort the default browser on most PCs.
I like my Firefox.. IE is a little faster but I can do much more with FF and its easier to work with and conform to my needs. And it just looks Freekin Better….!!!
IE9 is way faster than IE8. Though I’m still using Firefox for its addons
well, it’s quite hard to think of a better one :D
OMG! Please tell me where I can download this…
I love firefox :-)
Hahaha.. i cant stop laughing at the nick “Ericssonfan”!! Hahaha.. the nick says it all :-)
I’m a FF user, but Internet explorer 9 has been named by NSS team as most capable browser against malware attacks. Before you start flame wars, read the report ;-)
Interesting to know that this report wasn’t sponsored by any vendor
I’m a FF user, but for the past 7-10 days have been using Google Chrome… I have way fewer crashes and embarrassed to say many open tabs to things I look at back/forth all day/evening… I like FF a whole lot, but it crashes on me much too regularly. Surely you computer brains are going to tell me I am doing something wrong in FF, and perhaps so??? Any suggestion to improve my crashing FF would be good.
The claim that “orange” is the only word in the English language without a rhyme is false. There are hundreds of words without perfect rhymes including: bulb, filmed, ninth, and, rather ironically, poem.
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