IE 10 has some promising features that could entice some people who have previously discontinued its use.
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New Microsoft spot takes aim at anonymous Internet Explorer commenters.
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What you’re talking about is known in the industry as “third party tracking cookies” and you’re right, they can be more than a bit weird when you search for something then ads for that very product show up everywhere, on newspaper sites, hobby sites, even your own Gmail account. What the deuce??
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There are a number of third-party utilities that give you just the functionality you seek, through a variety of mechanisms. My favorite approach is…
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Internet Explorer 9 is arguably one of the most secure browsers available. But how can we secure Internet Explorer further? Here are 5 tips for a more secure Internet Explorer.
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Microsoft’s latest attempt to win back those users who lost all faith in Internet Explorer.
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If you want all links across Windows 8 Metro apps to open in Desktop IE instead of the Metro version…follow these steps.
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Backup Internet Explorer favorites, history, proxy settings, fonts, dialup accounts, autocomplete passwords and cookies.
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I’m a big fan of Google Chrome as a Web browser, but every time I double-click on an HTM or HTML document, it opens up in Microsoft Internet Explorer. Eewww.. How do I fix it and change the default program for this type of file or content, Dave?
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Microsoft wants to strong-arm us into abandoning IE 6 and embracing its latest browsers.
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Think you’re removing all of the cookies on your system in IE9? Well you need to know about the box that gets unchecked in order to make sure they are all gone from the browser cache.
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Do you trust your web browser to warn you before you stumble into a malicious Web site? A recent study of six major browsers indicates that you probably shouldn’t.
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For Vista and Win7 users, the time has come to upgrade your browser to IE 9.
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Email is NOT Dead
You Must Update IE
Keep Your Hard Drive Alive
Email Scams – Alive & Phishing
Benefits of a Virtual Machine
The Interent is Crumbling
Jeopardy, Goodbye Watson
Tip 1 – 9 Tips for Better File Management
Tip 2 – Vista Firewall Exceptions
Tip 3 – Best Tips from Lifehacker
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By Leo Notenboom
In general if you don’t have or use a particular piece of software then you
can safely ignore the updates and or vulnerability notifications that you might
Internet Explorer, on the other hand, is a special case. Use it or not, you
must keep it up to date.
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Someone in our live community recently asked what I feel the advantages – and disadvantages – are for using Google Chrome. We are talking about the web browser in this instance, not the operating system. What are YOUR thoughts? Is Chrome a good choice – or not?
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Send a big Merry Christmas to Microsoft and thank them for the continued support of their products. Be sure to beat the exploit makers to the patches being offered on Patch Tuesday and the corresponding exploits that always follow on Hacker Wednesday.
Remember, first patched is never hacked.
Thank you Microsoft.
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By Bill Pytlovany
It’s been five years since media coined the term Cyber-Monday but the truth is everyday is a great shopping day online. I planned on writing an article about the safety of online shopping but noticed everyone was already doing it. Many sites provide the same duplicate tips. So I thought I might include some of the best tips and post them along with my favorites.
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My last look at the browser wars was back in April of this year. At that time I noted that big changes were underway. The slow and steady growth of Firefox had stopped. Firefox and Internet Explorer were both starting to fade and the sole contender to gain in market share was Google Chrome.
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Let me save you the trouble. It’s not real exciting, isn’t real pretty, and I doubt anyone will be switching browsers because of this new release.
Provided there are no major glitches, I’m sure IE9 will settle into place without fanfare or interruption of IE’s ever dwindling market share.
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5 Reasons I Hate My iPod
Windows 7 Restore Points Wiped Out
IE6 Are You Kidding?
Is Internet Explorer Safe to Use?
10 Unusually Useful Sites
Can Hackers See My Data?
The Next Version of Windows
Why I Don’t Love My iPad
Tekzilla Tip- Turn Off Trackpad
Tip 1 – Killer Gmail Tips
Tip 2 – IE 8 with No Add-Ons
Tip 3 – Windows 7 Guide
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By Bill Pytlovany
One of the fun reasons of hosting many websites is the information that I can collect from all the visitors. No, I can’t tell how old you are, what you wearing or other personal information but all web administrators collect information like what browser you’re using, your operating system, language and even your screen size.
Ultimately this information is used by website administrators to make your experience on the website more attractive and more compatible with your machine. It’s one way of telling how many people are still using Microsoft Windows and how many people are using Internet Explorer versus Firefox or Chrome
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By Rob Cheng
I ran into Mark Tobias here in Rio de Janeiro. We were both attending a party to commemorate the third anniversary of the passing of a dear friend of ours, Doug Matheson. I soon found out that Mark is known as the tax man. No, he doesn’t work for the IRS, so don’t fly an airplane into his building. He is the software tax man. As our sales tax code gets continually more complex, Mark is the expert that writes the software to make sure that all the sales tax codes are being followed when we make an online transaction.
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OPINIONS WANTED: Does anyone else believe Chrome will be at 10% market share by 2011? Does anyone believe that Safari will regain the number 3 position because of iPAD? “The Times They Are A Changin”, and browsers seem to be leading the way. Tell me what you think.
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By Harry McCracken
What’s Microsoft planning for Internet Explorer 9? There’s a lot the company isn’t ready to talk about, including what sort of new features it’ll have and when it’ll be available. But at the MIX10 conference in Las Vegas, Microsoft is telling Web developers about the new capabilities that IE9 will provide, and it’s giving them the ability to get some hands-on experience with them for the first time. (Along with other tech journalists, I was prebriefed late last week.)
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We all must browse the web. Unfortunately, the Lynx browser is no longer cutting it. If you don’t remember it, then you are not old like I am. PC PitStop community member James asks if Internet Explorer is safe yet. He’s been waiting to use the newest version, because he’s heard that it has a lot of problems. What are your thoughts on this? Is IE solid, and safe?
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Ask Leo: Help! My email was hijacked!
Chris Pirillo Video: How to Improve Internet Explorer
Bits from Bill: Most Underrated Windows Tweak
Technologizer: MSFT Tablet PCs
TechBite: Making the PC to TV Connection
The Dodge Retort: Socialnomics ’09 – The Movie
Tip #2: 5 Best Online Image Editors
Tip #3: Down for everyone or just me
PC Pitstop Driver Library
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