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    1. iPhone owners may be reasonably satisfied with their version of Safari and other smartphone users may swear by Opera Mini, but Microsoft is quick to remind us that they have some mobile web surfing software too.

    2. Over the past twenty years, Internet Explorer has reach a level of infamy that few other programs can claim, but there was once a time when Microsoft's browser dominated the competition for good reason. The post Rags to riches to rags: The rise and fall of Internet Explorer appeared first on Digital Trends .

    3. A look at how Microsoft's new Spartan browser performs in comparison to Internet Explorer, Chrome and Firefox.

    4. Microsoft has given the world its first look at its new "Spartan" Web browser that will replace Internet Explorer in Windows 10.

    5. Hands on: Project Spartan browser

      Digital TrendsMar 31 16:54 PM

      Microsoft’s replacement for Internet Explorer is now available, but it Spartan isn’t as lean, mean and ready to fight as its name suggests. The post Hands on: Project Spartan browser appeared first on Digital Trends .

    6. Called Project Spartan, the new web browser is part of Windows 10, the firm's next generation operating system set for release this summer.

    7. We pit the newest versions of Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, and the forthcoming Project Spartan against one another to try and name the best browser. A winner remains unclear. The post Battle of the best browsers: IE vs. Chrome vs. Firefox vs. Safari vs. Opera vs. Project Spartan appeared first on Digital Trends .

    8. Internet Explorer, which not long ago totally dominated the browser market, has been eclipsed in recent years by Google Chrome, according to stats compiled by Dadaviz . Older versions of Explorer had their problems, and even though the newest version is pretty good, people rarely use it.

    9. You'll just have to flip on Do Not Track by yourself if you want to enable the feature in Internet Explorer.

    10. Microsoft Inc. to kill Internet Explorer

      Business RecorderApr 03 19:03 PM

      Microsoft’s Internet Explorer browser will be no more. The computing giant confirmed that a new browser will be created and will feature in upcoming versions of Windows. Microsoft is planning to launch their new browser with Windows 10.

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