Helping our dear IE users

The sad plight of our dear friends the Internet Explorer user base has come to our attention. Apparently a serious security flaw in version 7 of their flagship web browser and according to the BBC, the seriousness of the problem means that security experts are advising users to switch to another browser until the issue is fixed. Whilst we can’t attempt to fix the problems in Microsoft’s browser because it is closed source, we can recommend a number of great browsers to switch to, including Firefox and the new Flock social web browser.

And once you’ve experienced the joys of using a standards-compliant browser that does render web pages correctly, why would you ever go back to Internet Exploder?

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2 Responses to Helping our dear IE users

  1. woodsy says:

    Flagship browser? Hmmm – wasn’t the Titanic a flagship too? ;-)

  2. Guy says:

    They’ve both got something in common then – supposed to be patched up properly. Looks like the patches didn’t work the first time. Probably won’t work the second. Oh, and they’re both sinking ships ;) Guy