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German government warns against using MS Explorer

Discussion in 'Microsoft Office' started by John Hacker, Jan 16, 2010.

  1. John Hacker

    John Hacker Flightless Bird

    Now this must be the news of 2010

    After nearly 10 years of unlimited patches, hotfixes and service
    Packs, IE is still a weak link in recent attacks on Google's systems.
    Either M$ is now threatened by Googles rise to prominence or IE is
    completely rubbish. Either way we should start taking instructions
    from the German government if this article is anything to go by.

    <http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/8463516.stm>

    Is google's search engine more powerful than M$ Bing?
     
  2. Keith Richards

    Keith Richards Flightless Bird

    and after as many years or more, Toyota is apparently a weak link too!

    I really can't remember the last time I looked to any Government anywhere
    for truth or objectivity. And, in addition for citizens to look to any
    Government for techno/Internet help, well, it's only in the last few years
    that they've been able to spell www!

    After 100's of years of Suits and Ties and Edumacated people convincing us
    that they can run our lives they seem to have been measurably less adequate
    than IE, Google and Firefox.

    To ask the perpetual duality question in your last pargraph displays a
    desire to perpetuate myths and illusions. e.g. Which is better - Mac or PC?
    NEITHER! it's ALWAYS the end user...

    Sheesh </rant>
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    "John Hacker" wrote:

    > Now this must be the news of 2010
    >
    > After nearly 10 years of unlimited patches, hotfixes and service
    > Packs, IE is still a weak link in recent attacks on Google's systems.
    > Either M$ is now threatened by Googles rise to prominence or IE is
    > completely rubbish. Either way we should start taking instructions
    > from the German government if this article is anything to go by.
    >
    > <http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/8463516.stm>
    >
    > Is google's search engine more powerful than M$ Bing?
    > .
    >
     

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