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Microsoft has announced that the user base for the Internet Explorer 6 web browser has dropped down to less than one percent in the US, after efforts by Microsoft to get users to stop using IE 6.
On this day, one year ago, there was a funeral held for IE6. IE6 has been a slow moving browser that many hope to remove from the marketplace. Because of this, Microsoft has launched ie6countdown.com,...
Neowin recently reported that Facebook is gearing up to drop support for Internet Explorer 6. While it was originally thought that this was to help remove IE6 from the Internet ecosystem, it appears that there...
In January, Neowin reported that Google would begin dropping support for IE 6. Today, more evidence of that move has been made apparent as YouTube will no longer support IE 6 after March 13th....
YouTube will soon be dropping support for Internet Explorer 6 as it attempts to move users to a "more modern browser". Google, who owns YouTube, is pushing for users to upgrade to Chrome, Firefox...