Updated November 8, 2014 2:17 am - Last year was a pretty great one for Internet Explorer. From hitting a year high on worldwide share to making some new friends like Officer Cupcake and Eugene Filon, we poked some fun at our past while helping the skeptics learn about the latest version of IE. Performance tests continued to show Internet Explorer 10 as the fastest browser on Windows 8 and security reports showed it was also the best browser to protect users from malware.
Which is why we thought it was time to invite those of you who haven’t thought about Internet Explorer in a while to take a trip down memory lane. Internet Explorer is a child of the 90s, but we have done some serious growing up. Maybe IE was your first browser, but you haven’t used it in a while. We aren’t sure if pogs or trolls will make a comeback as well, but we do know a lot has changed with Internet Explorer.
A lot of people are coming back to discover a new Internet Explorer – a browser that is fast, fluid and perfect for touch, which sets IE10 apart from other browsers. Internet Explorer 10 and Windows 8 together provide a new experience that offers the best of the Web and the best of apps on one device.
And, these new fans are not keeping this good news to themselves. Whether they are developers or consumers, they are sharing their enthusiasm for the new IE:
Or check out what press are saying about IE10:
· “IE10 is fast, fluid and tons of fun.” – Gizmodo
· “Internet Explorer 10 Bests the Competition on Windows 8 tablets.” – WIRED
· “Microsoft is clearly on to something with Internet Explorer 10.” – TechCrunch
So, we invite you to reconnect with Internet Explorer 10 as part of Windows 8, or download the Release Preview of IE10 for Windows 7 here and enjoy the entirely new Internet Explorer!
Director, Internet Explorer Marketing