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April 5, 2013  8:58 AM

Bizarre browser behavior



Posted by: Tony Bradley
browsers, Chrome, Firefox, IE10, Internet Explorer, Internet Explorer 10, Safari, Surface Pro, tablet, Windows 8

The browser is one of the most--if...

May 30, 2011  9:14 AM

WordPress Pulls the Plug on IE6 Support



Posted by: Tony Bradley
IE10, IE6, IE6 support, IE9, Internet Explorer, Wordpress

Wordpress--the blogging platform relied on by millions around the world--is doing its part to support the demise of Internet Explorer 6. Microsoft, and Web developers everywhere...


April 30, 2011  8:46 PM

Pin Hulu Plus in IE9 to Get a Free Month



Posted by: Tony Bradley
Hulu Plus, IE9, Internet Explorer, pinned sites, Windows 7

It was big news this week that Hulu Plus is now available on the Xbox 360. Yay! In fact, in celebration, Hulu Plus is giving Xbox 360 users a free week of service! I have a secret for...


March 19, 2011  10:38 AM

Putting the IE9 Launch Numbers in Perspective



Posted by: Tony Bradley
downloads, Firefox, IE8, IE9, Internet Explorer, launch, Microsoft

Microsoft reports that Internet Explorer 9 was downloaded 2.35 million times in the first 24 hours following its official launch. That is almost 100,000...


March 14, 2011  8:44 PM

It’s Here! Download Internet Explorer 9



Posted by: Tony Bradley
browser, hardware accelerated graphics, HTML5, IE9, Internet Explorer, Microsoft, South by Southwest, SXSW

Well, it's not here right this second, but it will be in just a couple short hours. Microsoft is officially unveiling Internet Explorer 9 tonight in Austin, TX at the South by Southwest (SXSW) event. At 9pm Pacific time / Midnight Eastern time tonight, the official release of


October 18, 2009  9:29 PM

Success of 64-bit Internet Explorer Depends on Adobe



Posted by: Tony Bradley
64-bit, Adobe, Flash, Internet Explorer, Microsoft, Silverlight, Windows 7, Windows XP

Internet Explorer has had a 64-bit version since the Internet Explorer 6 that came installed with the 64-bit version of Windows XP. It hasn't exactly caught on yet. Very few people even realize it exists since the default-- even...


October 13, 2009  10:40 PM

Microsoft and Adobe Unleash Deluge of Patches



Posted by: Tony Bradley
Acrobat Reader, Adobe, Critical, Flaw, Internet Explorer, Microsoft, Patch, Patch Tuesday, Security Bulletin, Vulnerability, Windows 7, Zero-Day

Do you use Windows? How about Internet Explorer? What the heck- do you have any Microsoft operating systems or applications on your computer? OK. Suffice it to say you are virtually guaranteed to be affected by the October Patch Tuesday. Microsoft


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