Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Microsoft apologizes to developers for Internet Explorer 6

At a Microsoft event via marketing, Microsoft has apologized for Internet Explorer 6.

Update: Internet Explorer 6 falls below 1% in the US

Internet Explorer 6 has an established reputation of supporting proprietary Microsoft website code and poorly supporting more open standard which has changed in recent versions of Internet Explorer. Migration from Internet Explorer 6 has been an up hill battle for Microsoft has large amounts of enterprises and businesses invested their web applications to be optimized for IE6 and compatibility was an issue for new versions of IE.







Original Tweet: http://twitter.com/AndrewJCohen/statuses/44982527538110464

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