This week, Microsoft revealed substantial parts of the upcoming Windows 10. There’s a lot to make sense of, but one thing I was watching for was news of the new version of Internet Explorer. It was confirmed that it is happening, and we got some details yesterday from the IE Team blog. (more…)
Opera has made a splash in the news by announcing an approaching switch to the WebKit engine. As much of the web community is doing, I share my impressions.
For some time now, Internet Explorer 9 has been just over the horizon. Yesterday, it came just close enough for us to get a glimpse at what the new version will be about. At the MIX conference in Las Vegas, IE team leader Dean Hachamovitch has made the announcement that IE9 is officially on the […]
Perhaps the biggest news in the web world last week was the release of the new Internet Explorer 8 web browser. IE8, produced by Microsoft and available for computers running Windows XP and newer versions (2003, Vista, and 2008), was officially released on March 18, 2009. This followed around two years of development after IE7 […]
The browser wars, as they were known, have been dormant for some time, since Netscape Navigator fell to ruin. Google has possibly just stoked the flames up again with a new toy: Chrome.
So IE8 is alive after all! It’s just reached the 2nd beta stage.
Well, it’s been quite a while coming, but Firefox 3 has finally reached the masses. The timing is interesting, as it is coming out on the heels of the Opera 9.5 release last week. Firefox 3 has numerous changes over version 2, including: Places When adding bookmarks in Firefox 3, you now have the option […]
It has been coming for a while, but Opera 9.5 has finally been released.
Microsoft have been busy with the Internet Explorer news recently- they have just released the first public beta of the new browser.
In the wake of the recent – and ongoing – debate over IE8 super-standards mode, Microsoft have started the week by making a welcome announcement: IE8 will do super-standards mode by default!