Windows 10 comes with an updated version of Internet Explorer that includes a new rendering engine, and in Build 9879, we can switch between the old and new rendering engines. Brad Sams from Neowin notes that, according to his sources, Internet Explorer in Windows 10 will ship with two different engines. One will be theContinue reading “Enable the New Engine in IE in Windows 10 Technical Preview Build 9879”
Today MS released the much anticipated update to Windows 10 Technical Preview bringing the public version to 9860 with plethora of changes, they mentioned even up to 7000 changes on the Windows Blog.
Internet Explorer Dev Channel and more for the week of June 16, 2014 A lot happened this week. Microsoft releases Internet Explorer Developer Channel. Facebook Beta for Windows Phone gets a big update. Surface Pro 3 is now on sale. Amazon announces a phone about which I couldn’t care less. Let’s get to it!
Guess which update you have to download once you’ve installed Windows 8.1GA in EU? Yes, the stupid browser choice screen. Despite the fact that MS is no more a monopoly in the Browser market, the EU is still forcing them, or shall we say, forcing us to choose our browser. God forbid that Opera withContinue reading “In EU, your first Update after Windows 8.1 install is the Browser Choice”
Microsoft is rolling out as of today a Browser Choice Screen update to all Users in the European region. The update is in the Important/Critical update section so if you’ve chosen to have updates install automatically (default), this Choice Screen update will be installed automatically. I guess MS doesn’t want to face another fine forContinue reading “Breaking: Microsoft Rolls Out Browser Choice Screen out to Windows 8 Users”
It is not like a company such as Microsoft to admit that one of their product was actually bad and hated by customers. Microsoft PR never mentioned that Windows ME or Windows Vista had its problems and that people were not a fan of these products. When Windows 7 released, Microsoft PR did speak ofContinue reading “Microsoft Admits You Hated Hated IE, But Asks You To Give it a Second Chance”