Once upon a time Microsoft held a virtual monopoly of the browser market with Internet Explorer. It was a PC world and being the default browser pre-installed on Windows PCs guaranteed that almost everyone with a PC used it. That […]
Microsoft announced that it plans to phase out its Internet Explorer Web browser beginning with Windows 10. The news was delivered by Microsoft’s marketing chief Chris Capossela at the Microsoft Convergence event, where he also announced the proposed replacement of
Microsoft issued six new security bulletins for the July 2014 Patch Tuesday. One of them is a Critical update for Internet Explorer that fixes 24 separate vulnerabilities. For those keeping score, that makes 83 flaws fixed in Microsoft’s Web browser
It is only one of seven security bulletins issued by Microsoft for the June 2014 Patch Tuesday, but MS14-035 is by far the most urgent and critical of the bunch. This one update fixes 59 separate vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer.
30 Days with Surface Pro: Day 15 Decisions, decisions. Internet Explorer–specifically IE10–is the default browser for Windows 8 on the Surface Pro, but there are other browsers to choose from as well. For Day 15 of the 30 Days with