I was going though my server logs / Google Analytics settings and found that over 60% users are on MS-Windows. However, each and every month visitors are switching to Firefox or Google browser and so on. So I would like to know your reasons for making switch from IE to another browser.
=> Why did you switch?
=> Which browser did you switch to?
Holiday Giveaway: Win Learning Nagios 3.0 Book (total three copies)
nixCraft regular contributor Ramesh is running a small contest. You can win 3 copies of Nagios (a popular open source computer system and network monitoring application software) books for yourself.
Serious security flaw found in IE
Users of Microsoft's Internet Explorer are being urged by experts to switch to a rival until a serious security flaw has been fixed. The flaw in Microsoft's Internet Explorer could allow criminals to take control of people's computers and steal their passwords, internet experts say. Maybe, it is time to switch to Firefox :D
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The Dark Knight on Blu-ray DVD -Available now!
Batman and the Joker will be unleashed on Gotham -- and the world -- just in time for the holidays.
This is an user contributed article.
I'm a devoted Firefox user like most of you. However, at work I use Internet Explorer for couple of web applications that works only on IE. Wouldn't it be nice to embed Internet Explorer inside Firefox as a tab to browse the websites that works only on IE? This is exactly what Firefox add-on IE Tab does as explained below.
This is a great tool for web developers, since you can easily see how your web page displayed in IE with just one click and then switch back to Firefox.
Update: This is Windows specific tool. See how to install IE under Linux using IEs4Linux.
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(Fig.01: Keep your friends close, and your enemies closer [click to enlarge image]).
The Microsoft Internet Explorer Team sent a cake for the release of Firefox 2 in 2006 and now they did it again. Thanks Ryan Paul for posting image and information (via Digg).
PS: Mozilla will be eating cake as well as Internet Explorer's marketshare ;)
I haven't used Netscape web browser for years it's sad to see the early internet browser disappear.
Netscape Navigator, the world's first commercial Web browser and the launch pad of the Internet boom, will be pulled off life support Feb. 1 after a 13-year run. Microsoft and its Internet Explorer played a big roll in early browser war. Also lack of significant innovation paid the ultimate price. AOL officially stopped development of Netscape Navigator on 28 December 2007 and plans to continue support for the browser in the form of security updates until 2 February 2008. Afterwards, AOL will cancel support, but will allow nostalgic users to download archived versions of the browser. Also, AOL will continue to maintain the Netscape website as an ad supported Internet portal.
Netscape spawned an open-source project called Mozilla, in which developers from around the world freely contribute to writing and testing the software. Mozilla released its standalone browser, Firefox, and Netscape was never able to regain its former footing.