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Microsoft IE10 Gains: Closer Look Isn't Pretty
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4/2/2013 | 4:46:44 PM
re: Microsoft IE10 Gains: Closer Look Isn't Pretty
Somehow I am not following your numbers. New Windows 8 installations and devices will have IE 10, so how can the adoption rate be lower than Win 8? We have a few Win 8 PC's or Ultrabooks at work, but hundreds of Win 7 devices, many but not a majority using IE 10 now. Regardless of the numbers, does the IE10 adoption rate even matter or warrant an article with negative tones by Informationweek? Every new browser version seems to have a different toolbar or ribbon, pull downs or features moved around or hidden, etc. Many of us stay with a previous browser, i.e. IE 8 or 9, since we are familiar with it and are not forced to adopt the latest version.


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