7 Reasons Not to Use Internet Explorer
Drum roll please…
Reason #1 – IE is broken beyond repair. Literally there is no solution.
“We are currently unaware of a practical solution to this problem,” the Department of Homeland Security’s United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team said in a post Monday morning.
An interesting post from Zachary Lukasiewicz (29/4/14) about the foibles of using IE. Just this last week when updating my own website I really began to understand some of the differences between using IE and Chrome. Quite a different look, sometimes, especially the way it seems to allow Skype to take over the contact numbers. And with Constant Contact which I use for my newsletters, some basic formatting rules just fall over on IE whereas they work fine on Chrome. And a colleague’s website header was perfect on Chrome but not right without a lot of work done on IE – even the latest version.
So understanding more fully the reasons not to use internet explorer has helped me… I hope you find it useful too. Has IE had its day then?
“Since the recent security lock-down of Internet Explorer (Internet Explorer) yesterday I figured I should write a post to all those people who still may actually be using Internet Explorer