Albert Wiersch wrote:IE9 with better standards support (HTML5 and CSS3) and increased performance with hardware assisted graphics sounds really good to me... but it still needs an Adblock Plus extension. Maybe there is one someone, but I've stuck with Firefox and will likely be sticking with it due to the Adblock Plus extension... and security was another concern.
But I'm sure most people will use IE9 like they use IE today.
iouri wrote:Do you think that that is still true however? With the exploded popularity of Macs and Chrome will IE be able to still pledge to be the MOST used browser?
It’s quite interesting to see how long the browsers came over. Still when we hear the term browser, the first word that comes to our mind is Internet Explorer. For a common man a browser means IE, nothing else. I am sure IE is going to take its place back soon.
...IE hasn't equaled browser in the minds of people since Yahoo or AOL has equaled search engine. Going forward, people will be using browsers increasingly on mobile devices. Any browser that doesn't make that realm a priority will be making a mistake.
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