With the first release of IE10, and officially stating it won’t support Windows Vista, it gets me thinking.
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A somewhat provocative article title, I know, but I think it’s really important to discuss where we are right know in regards to web browser versions.
I’m currently in Las Vegas for Microsoft’s MIX conference where they just showed the first version of Internet Explorer 10. Given what they announced, I have some thoughts.
A common discussion about HTML5 and whether to use it, and touched on in the HTML5 Hurdles article, is usually about fallback support and making it work in every web browser. But do we really need that?
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Time for Geek Meet May 2011! This time, welcoming a great speaker from Greece!
This morning I was notified of an article about the download rate of IE9 by Ryan Gavin, Senior Director, Internet Explorer Business and Marketing. I had to check the date to see that it wasn’t an April Fool’s joke; alas, it wasn’t, so here’s my reply.