After 27 years, Microsoft has finally bid farewell to Internet Explorer. Few will miss the passing of an app that once was so dominant.
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Microsoft is pulling the plug on its once omnipresent browser, Internet Explorer, next year as it prepares to battle market leader Chrome with its slicker Edge browser.
Google Chrome users need to update the desktop version of their Web browser as soon as possible, its lead security engineer has warned.
After more than 20 years making the Web a slightly more interesting and interactive place, albeit one that pandered to designers’ worst excesses and (in pre-broadband days) led to interminable download waiting times, the word on the Internet is that “Adobe
Google began lifting the veil on its planned Chrome operating system on Thursday, but it said that computers powered by…