Microsoft may have to face big fine in the EU browser choice screen violation case.
Mozilla’s Vice President of Business Affairs and General Counsel, Harvey Anderson, has estimated that the Mozilla lost 6 to 9 million Firefox downloads due to Microsoft’s Browser Screen Choice (BCS) violation.
Microsoft and Google have released updates for their browsers to fix the recently discovered Flash vulnerabilities.
Want to disable or remove Microsoft Office 2013 plugin from Mozilla Firefox? Follow this tutorial.
Microsoft today released a press note apologizing over the EU Browser Choice Screen (BCS) compliance. Microsoft has accepted that the BCS was missing on the PCs sold with the Windows 7 service pack 1 update.
The goodness of IE10 will be available only to the users of Windows 7 and Windows 8. This means that around 30% of Windows users will have to depends upon other browser vendors for a better browser with modern features.
Microsoft is going to propose a new approach for HTTP 2.0 specifications. The company explained its thoughts on Google’s SPDY protocol in a blog post on MSDN blog, and showed its interest on other technologies like WebSocket and mobile apps.
This is another funny video from Microsoft after the Gmail Man, but this time MS has targeted its own product in a different way. Microsoft has launched a website, BrowserYouLovedToHate.com, too and the company accepts that the only thing it’s [older versions of Internet Explorer] good for is downloading other browsers!
Microsoft has released Internet Explorer 9.0.4 along with the December 2011 Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer. This update is available through Windows Update.
Mozilla has released a customized version of Firefox with Bing as its default search engine and home page.