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(Network World)   Microsoft to IE haters: "We want you back ... now shush"   (networkworld.com) divider line 5
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2012-12-01 09:29:27 PM
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I was a client-side developer until a week ago. Man do I hate IE.
2012-12-01 05:18:48 PM
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Before you hate on IE too much, remember that somewhere out there, someone is still using AOL's browser. Kinda puts things in perspective, doesn't it?
2012-12-01 03:26:59 PM
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Kittypie070: The hell you say.

When I am required to upgrade my hardware in order to use your software, that's where I draw the damn line.


You should at least vacuum the cat hair out of the case once in a while.
2012-12-01 03:25:22 PM
1 votes:
The hell you say.

When I am required to upgrade my hardware in order to use your software, that's where I draw the damn line.
2012-12-01 03:22:42 PM
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I'm not a hater, but here's how this works: you've got to be better than what I'm using.

You see, IE was like going to see a skanky crack whore with bad highlights that complained about her job and how long I took. Then I switched to Firefox, which was like getting to bang the brunette out of Two Broke Girls. Then Chrome cane along, and it's like I'm nailing Penny out of the Big Bang Theory.

Here's the problem: unless you're telling me that you're Anne Hathaway, I ain't interested. Saying to me "hey, never mind that Penny, take the time moving all her crap out and move our Penny in" is like "why, what's the point?". And the thing is, I'm pretty sure that your Penny doesn't do all the freaky stuff that mine does like Inspect element or allowing me to run various extensions like Web Developer.

I'm glad you're making a good browser. Really. The more users out there running on the latest standards, the better. And those people will just get an upgrade anyway. For the rest of us, the people who already have Chrome, well, you aren't going to see much conversion the other way.
 
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