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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.
It seems like yesterday when Microsoft's Internet Explorer 6 garnered over 90% of the browser marketshare, and Firefox was in its infancy. But those weren't the good old days -- there were many security...
Internet Explorer 6 has been a thorn in the side of developers for quite some time. The legacy browser has stuck around thanks to big business refusing to upgrade because of either legacy software issues...
Following in the footsteps of Germany last week, France is now advising its population to use an alternative browser pending a patch for an Internet Explorer vulnerability. The French Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) published an...