The latest data from Net Applications for worldwide web browser market share shows that Microsoft's Internet Explorer 6 has finally dropped below the four percent mark.
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AdBlock Plus has announced that it will no longer support Microsoft's older Internet Explorer 6 and 7 web browsers, citing their low market share and turning off the TLS 1.0 protocol by default in IE6
Twitter has announced they are ending support for Twitter for Websites in IE6 and IE7 on May 13th, meaning external Twitter widgets such as embedded tweets and follow buttons will stop working
While the market share of Internet Explorer 6 remains low in many Western countries, China's huge share of 25.8% presents a thorn in the sides of Microsoft's effort to rid the word of the browser
Microsoft have updated IE11 to include new a new user string in their IE11 browser update, as well a "Like Gecko" command which returns a version of the site that a Firefox user would see.
As promised on Sunday, Microsoft has now released a new patch for Internet Explorer patch for IE6, 7 and 8 that closes a security exploit that was discovered a couple of weeks ago.
A security firm claims to have found a way to bypass Microsoft's "Fix It" Patch for Internet Explorer 6, 7 and 8 which would allow the exploit that the patch closes to be used by hackers.
Microsoft has now released a "Fix It" patch for the exploit that was discovered last week in its Internet Explorer 6, 7 and 8 versions and is still working on a full update for those browsers.
A new product from Browsium, called Browsism Ion, has been released. It's designed to get businesses to help make the transition from using IE6-based applications over to more modern web browsers.
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...
Over the last year, IE6 marketshare has fallen by 6% in the US, from 11.47% to 4.74%. Back in March, Neowin reported that a funeral was held for IE6 where Microsoft even sent flowers...
The aging platform, IE 6, that some attribute to slower adoption of Internet standards has been dropped by Google Reader. While this is only a small step towards removing support for IE 6 across...
On January 30th, Neowin reported that Google would begin dropping support for Internet Explorer 6 due to its inability to handle modern-day web technologies. At that point, it was unclear which services were included in...
Microsoft has issued a statement confirming that it plans to release a patch for a security vulnerability in Internet Explorer which saw Google fall victim to some targeted and sophisticated attacks recently. George Stathakopoulos, Microsoft Security,...
Microsoft has had a torrid time over the past week as governments and customers question the security of the popular web browser, Internet Explorer. The issues began when Google went public that they were targeted in...
Digg has prevented users on IE 6 from certain activities, Facebook has been telling users to upgrade, and YouTube is supposedly going to cut off IE 6 support altogether. Yet, Microsoft still hasn't pulled the...