Google's latest stunt will fill your screen with 'snow.'
Microsoft's malfeasance over security issues over the years has truly come home to roost, with the company claiming that '1 out of every 14 programs download is later confirmed as malware'.
Microsoft boasted of 2.3 million downloads for its new IE 9 browser within the first 24 hours, while the cunning Firefox 4 put four to the floor with a report of at least 6.5 million downloads of FF4 within 24 hours.
IE9 is here - in final form at last, as XP lovin' users watch it just zoom right past. Windows 7 gets to see a web of beauty spun, but for XP users all - it won't even get a run!
The 800 pound software gorilla Microsoft has rendered its new web browser IE9 virtually useless for enterprise users. This is the conclusion drawn by a senior ICT market analyst who believes that the software giant has completely missed the mark with its new browser.
The first public beta of Internet Explorer 9 arrived overnight, with some interesting user-oriented features. Microsoft claims that IE9 has been specifically desined with the user in mind.
Microsoft has released what it says will be the final preview build of Internet Explorer 9 before the new browser's beta release.
The first preview release of Internet Explorer 9 is available, and it's looking pretty snappy.
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