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    1. Worlds better than Internet Explorer, Edge is the newest way to go online with your Windows 10 computer. But can it beat Firefox and Chrome?

    2. Internet Explorer turns 20 this year, but there will be no celebrations. Instead IE is being pushed off the Windows desktop in favor of a brand new web browsing experience: Microsoft Edge . Internet Explorer is not dead, nor will it be missing from Windows 10 when it ships on July 29. Instead, it will be like the ironing board you take out of the closet when you absolutely have no choice but to...

    3. Bye, Internet Explorer! You shan't be missed. The post Everything Great About Edge, Windows’ Killer New Browser appeared first on WIRED .

    4. Most of the software that's included with Windows 10 is nothing special, but there's one bright...

    5. Exploit details published six months after they were privately reported to MS.

    6. A closer look at the Edge browser in Windows 10

      The Unofficial Apple WeblogJul 30 01:09 PM

      In 18 days, Internet Explorer will turn 20 years old. But rather than celebrating with a new version, as it did for birthday number 15, Microsoft will be shoving IE away into an obscure folder with other legacy applications -- you know, like Paint. T...

    7. Security researchers published limited details about four unpatched vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer because Microsoft has not moved quickly enough to fix them. The flaws could potentially be exploited to execute malicious code on computers when users visit compromised websites or open specially crafted documents. They were reported through Hewlett-Packard’s Zero Day Initiative (ZDI) program...

    8. Internet Explorer is a huge target for exploits and hack attacks. Windows 10 replaces the tired old browser with Microsoft Edge, a brand-new browser that's intrinsically a lot more secure.

    9. In what seems like forever ago, Microsoft’s Project Spartan was announced at the January 21 st event in Redmond. This project kept the same rendering engine, Trident, and ECMAScript (JavaScript) engine, Chakra, as Internet Explorer, but stripped out much of the old code for backwards compatibility and moved forward with a push towards better performance and web standards support. I took a look ...

    10. CORRECTION: The story, "Researchers disclose four unpatched vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer" incorrectly identified the affected product. The vulnerabilities only affect the mobile version of Internet Explorer. The headline and story have been corrected accordingly. Security researchers published limited details about four unpatched vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer for Windows Phone ...

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