cwsnyder wrote:Exactly why should Opera, Chrome, Firefox, et. al. try to 'catch up' to a browser that still runs ActiveX to be 'backwards compatible' with IE6?
You have no article links which purports to include data on IE 'detecting malware on its browser?' I have yet to see any proof of that, either.
Third, are you talking about IE9 or IE10 beta?
sigh just open the mind and rejoice that most pc users are that little bit more safer surfin the net..simple really dont need to programme that...
I understand what you are saying....
cos, I spent a few months helping several persons on their win7/winXP and..
when I tried using IE9, to my pleasant surprise, it had a much modern looks and worked fast!!
I purposedly get into 'phish tanks' that had a long list of phishing sites...
well, all I knew then was, IE9 flagged out warning to some phishing sites, while ff/chrome did not..