7 Reasons Not to Use Internet Explorer ever, ever again

7 Reasons Not to Use Internet Explorer ever, ever again

7 Reasons Not to Use Internet Explorer ever, ever again….What do you think?

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.

Reason #2 – You are safer from targeted software viruses

Because IE was used for so long and by so many people (and it still is to some extent), hackers find it an extremely valuable target to attack very large groups of people. You can be less vulnerable by choosing other browsers or using an Apple product.

Reason #3 – Microsoft is a little slow

In addition, I get the feeling that Microsoft is just slow in fixing Internet Explorer bugs. The last release of IE patches included a fix to a bug that Microsoft had been told about six months ago.

Reason #4 – IE interprets code differently

There are certain “universal” standards by which just about every internet browser interprets coding. This consistency is what allows websites to maintain their design and functionality across multiple browsers on a variety of devices. While most companies work to keep these standards, Microsoft opted to follow their own set of rules. Because of this, you encounter websites that either look incorrect on Internet Explorer or just flat out break……………………Read more here: http://linkd.in/1rOko41

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Idris Grant
Mr. Grant is a seasoned technology Entrepreneur who is currently a member of several different executive teams and sits on the board of several companies. He currently holds the position of President for National Association of Sales Professionals, an association offering sales training, sales jobs, a feature-rich social networking platform and industry changing certification/training programs. He is also the co-founder of LSi Media LLC. LSi Media provides website development, internet marketing, and media development services to small business startups.