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Submitted by Rawaha 947d ago | article

How to upgrade to Internet Explorer 10 from Internet Explorer 9/8

iTECHBOOK : How to upgrade to Internet Explorer 10 from Internet Explorer 9/8 (Software)

JKelloggs  +   947d ago
Lol
Speed-Racer  +   947d ago
"How to upgrade to Firefox or Chrome from Internet Explorer 9/8"

Oh wait...
faizanshakyboy  +   947d ago
download and install firefox or chrome from its official website, it will be an up to data version :-)
kingPoS  +   947d ago
IE Really!

Mwhahahahahahahah!

y no xp-vista love lol
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sealava  +   946d ago
by numbers it's still the most popular browser and by a looong distance .
Speed-Racer  +   946d ago
No, it's not. Chrome is well ahead now. http://gs.statcounter.com/ Even worse in the breakdown section.
evil_element  +   946d ago
IE the only browser to just catch onto the existence of CSS3, HTML5, Jquery and newer javascript libraries.

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