Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Microsoft Force IE 6 users upgrade



(Picture shown above is a screenshot of Internet Explorer 6 on Windows XP.)

"Microsoft Force IE 6 users upgrade"

There are many benefits of upgrading to a newer version of Internet Explorer – improved speed, tabbed browsing, and better privacy settings to name a few.

The web has changed significantly over the past 10 years. The browser has evolved to adapt to new web technologies, and the latest versions of Internet Explorer help protect you from new attacks and threats.

December 16, 2011 Microsoft finally decided to make the final move and hit the kill switch on its oldest Internet Explorer version 6. 11 years later, most of the world wide population is still using the old browser (8.3% as of 12/21/2011).

IE 9 browser is a huge milestone from IE 8/7 versions. IE 9 allows you to use your graphic card to enable new enhancements unlike ever before than using your CPU usage when browsing. This allows the graphic card enabled by IE 9 to bring powerful website experiences and as well a more richer viewing as well. (XP users will not be able to download this version unfortunately.)

Performance of IE 9, allows more rendering of text, images, HTML 5, video and so much more so that more can be displayed without sacrificing your CPU usage on your PC.

With Flash Player 11 and IE 9, will enhance your browsing on websites and as well a faster rendering of them. This powerful software will bring the internet to you on a huge level unlike ever before.

This will enable you to have 'a more richer simulation experience EVER!' We recommend downloading Flash Player 11 and IE 9 to experience our simulations. Trust me, you will not be disappointed!

For a comparison between Internet Explorer 6 and Internet Explorer 8, see this chart.

Check out how you can tell others about not using IE 6: http://theie6countdown.com/

We recommend that Internet Explorer 6 users upgrade to a newer version of Internet Explorer for a safer browsing experience. (XP Users: Upgrade to IE8)

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