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Web Browser

A program that allows one to search, find and disseminate information over the Internet. Web browsers have become almost indispensable in business because of the sheer volume of information currently available.
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While some may mourn the loss of Internet Explorer, scores of web developers will be pleased to leave those days behind.
Internet Explorer 10 Platform Preview 2 now available; brings numerous web standard features
BookMyShow is making the entire booking experience easier for users by integrating Pinning and Jumplist features of Internet Explorer 9
Internet Explorer 8 represents major leaps forward in both features and performance improvements that provide faster day-to-day browsing.
NSClean is designed specifically for Netscape browsers while IEClean is designed specifically for Microsoft Internet Explorer users.
Support for the new Webmail services and Internet Explorer 7 is available now.
AptiQuant's report notes that the only statistically significant difference in IQ scores occurred between Internet Explorer uses and their counterparts.
Prieto, for her part, said most disturbing about Wednesday's announcement was Apple agreeing to bundle Microsoft's Internet Explorer software with its new machines.
The first vulnerability involves a flaw in how Internet Explorer handles malicious JavaScript (CVE-2006-5581), and the second vulnerability relates to an ActiveX control (CVE-2006-4704).
Internet Explorer claims about 25 percent to 30 percent of the market for programs to browse the World Wide Web on the Internet.
NEW YORK -- Medidata Solutions, a global provider of electronic clinical data capture, management and reporting solutions, today announced that its Rave[R] solution is compatible with Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.
Another security flaw has turned up in Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser which, like one found earlier in the week, could enable a Web site operator to wreak havoc in someone else's computer.