According to new data from NetApplications, Microsoft's Internet Explorer 10 browser holds a 19.45% market share and is currently in second place behind Internet Explorer 8. Internet Explorer 10, which has already surpassed Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox in terms of market share, ... Read more
In an official blog post, Microsoft is touting Internet Explorer 10 as the browser that was designed with security in mind. Microsoft also touts Internet Explorer 10's ability to block over 99% of malware and has less vulnerabilities compared to ... Read more
Surprise surprise! Microsoft is touting its Internet Explorer 10 browser as the most energy efficient browser on Windows 8. Microsoft obtained this achievement via the Center for Sustainable Energy Systems at Fraunhofer USA. "When compared to Google Chrome and Mozilla ... Read more
Want to be a developer at Bing? Microsoft is apparently offering a job to Internet Explorer users who visit Bing.com with their browser debug settings enabled.
Microsoft has posted up a new video that showcases why the company believes Internet Explorer 10 is the perfect browser when it comes to touch. In the video, Microsoft highlights the work that was put into making IE10 touch friendly.
April 2013 has come to a close and its time to see how well Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser did against its competitors, Google's Chrome and Mozilla's Firefox. Internet Explorer has actually gone down by 0.02% in market share when compared to the previous month!
In an official blog post, Microsoft is showcasing Internet Explorer 10's support for the new SDP-US video captioning spec. This spec was created after input was given by companies such as Adobe, MovieLabs, NBC, Cox, Apple, Netflix, and even Microsoft.
While many of us enjoy sharing data with others online, some of the data should never make it online for all to see. Microsoft has launched a new campaign focused on online privacy. Microsoft also revealed that 85% of Americans are concerned about their online privacy, but less than that take any action about it.
March 2013 has come to a close and its time to see how well Internet Explorer did against its competitors, Google's Chrome and Mozilla's Firefox. Compared to the previous month, Internet Explorer has went up by 0.01% in market share!
According to data from StatCounter (as of March 18th 2013), Internet Explorer is still the top browser in North America with a 39% browser usage. However, Google Chrome is still dominant in the browser wars, taking the lead in South America, Europe, Africa, and Asia.
It has been a year already since Microsoft launched the "Browser You Loved to Hate" campaign, which features Internet Explorer's comeback, so to speak. Now, Microsoft is celebrating the one year anniversary of the campaign and revealed that there are over 25 million total video views worldwide to date.
Microsoft is celebrating the 3rd anniversary of the company's IE Test Drive website, which showcases HTML5, touch, and hardware accelerated graphics. IE Test Drive has seen over 130 million page views and contains over 140 demos!
Microsoft has announced a partnership with social video editing start-up Vyclone which allows users to co-create, sync, and edit videos using a HTML5 based web editor and a modern internet browser, such as Internet Explorer 10.
Microsoft recently released an update, KB2670838, for Windows 7 and it was slated to prepare the operating system for Internet Explorer 10. Unfortunately, some users are reporting a BSOD thanks to this update. Microsoft is aware of this issue and is investigating.
With the release of Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7, it brought a much more sophisticated and updated way to browse modern websites, but it also brought along a slew of issues the day of its release.
According to new data from Net Applications for the month of February 2013, Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser is still dominating Google's Chrome and Mozilla's Firefox in browser market share. As of February 2013, Internet Explorer has a 55.82% market share, while Chrome accounts for 16.27% and Firefox accounting for 20.12%.
With the recent release of Internet Explorer 10 on Microsoft's Windows 7 operating system, a new "enhanced" version of Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 is available for download which brings you MSN and Bing by default.
Microsoft has released a new update today (February 26th) to address vulnerabilities in Flash Player in IE10 for those on Microsoft's Windows 8 operating system (KB2819372). This update is in conjunction with Adobe’s update process.
Microsoft has launched a new site that showcases how HTML5 and touch is moving the web forward. This new concept site uses intuitive gestures to mix audio files in order to create an original sound track.
Microsoft has finally released Internet Explorer 10 for those on Windows 7. IE10 is available for download today but Microsoft will auto update those on Windows 7 to IE10 in the coming weeks.
During February's Patch Tuesday (taking place today), Microsoft released two critically rated security bulletins for Internet Explorer 10 as well as one security advisory for the internet browser.