downstairs: St_Francis_P: By this time, I have to assume those using IE are forced to, or just don't care.IE9 is a fine browser. Its my main browser. I've never had a problem.
serial_crusher: Not exactly an "IE is vulnerable to remote code execution" bug. It's vulnerable to attacks that only happen if you visit a malicious site. The already-hacked machines are vulnerable to remote code execution, not every IE user. It's slightly less bad.
Generation_D: St_Francis_P: By this time, I have to assume those using IE are forced to, or just don't care.Some sites interoperate only with MS, believe it or not. Also, FWIW, MS isn't stealing your identity for profit, a la google. I'd still go with a well defended FF as my default, adblock/nostript/ghostery to nuke out these ad tracking bugs, etc....
Lanadapter: angrymacface: More like 2010.And 2014
St_Francis_P: By this time, I have to assume those using IE are forced to, or just don't care.
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