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  • Internet Explorer 9

    09/30/2012 7:46:35 AM PDT · by Former Fetus · 33 replies
    Former Fetus
    Hi, here's another question from a technologically challenged, internet addicted, freeper. Let me begin by saying that my PC runs Windows 7 and I have Internet Explorer 9. However, a number of websites (yahoo, weather channel ...) keep showing statements about me having to update to IE9. Well, maybe it is not aimed at me, maybe they just have that announcement. But now I cannot read the comments in the Jerusalem Post and the reason, in their words, is "Sorry, the browser you are using is not currently supported. To use the comments, Disqus recommends the following browsers: Firefox,Chrome,Internet Explorer...
  • OK, one more time: IE ( - To install or not to install. That is the question.

    08/12/2011 2:04:08 PM PDT · by Former MSM Viewer · 21 replies
    Ive heard good and bad, pro & con. Its been out there long enough for opinions to be formed. Should I upgrade to IE9?
  • Whats the consensus on Internet Explorer 9

    04/20/2011 6:08:38 AM PDT · by Former MSM Viewer · 29 replies
    Is IE9 an improvement or just a change?
  • Need help with Internet Explorer 9

    04/10/2011 11:43:37 AM PDT · by An American in Turkiye · 51 replies
    Self | An American In Turkiye
    Need some Freeper help from any computer folks please. Last night I received a prompt to upgrade to Internet Explorer 9. I did, and this new version SUCKS! The swapped the favorites and home buttons to the right side of the screen, and my toolbars are now gone. I want to go back to my old one, but can't remember if I had 8 or 7. I run Vista. Is it just a matter of downloading and installing IE 8 or 9? Any help would be appreciated, and no, I am not a computer geek, and I admit, I am...
  • Will IE9 change the way we use the web? (Microsoft's newest web browser a revolutionary product?)

    09/17/2010 8:56:24 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 43 replies · 1+ views
    The Telegraph ^ | 09/17/2010 | Matt Warman
    The internet of the future is likely to look very different from the distinct pages and sites we visit today – that was the message as Microsoft launched the latest version of their much-maligned Internet Explorer web browser. And while every major manufacturer always claims that theirs is a revolutionary product, the company that remains best known for Windows and Office might just be on the right track this time. Headlines around the world greeted IE9 as Microsoft’s most ambitious yet, while others called it revolutionary. Respected British website Techradar.com went so far as to call it “ie-mazing”. Almost since...