Modern browsers are much more carefully designed to be secure (for example, with the multi-process architecture of chrome).
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So far as I can recall, Internet Explorer has always had a reputation for security vulnerabilities. It also does not support modern Web standards - another reason why the web is moving on, leaving IE behind.
Needless to say, I don't use Internet Explorer. When I'm on Windows, it's mostly Chrome at the moment.
On 2/9/19 4:53 AM, Brian's Mail list account via Groups.Io wrote:
That is though mainly because they have not bothered to actually bring it up to date. They want everyone to get Windows 10 and use Edge.
On the other hand a lot of the things in IE have been clunky for some time, so most people I know use Firefox, Water-fox or Chrome most of the time.
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Article that came out today in The Telegraph newspaper in the UK:
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If that doesn't convince people that the shelf life of IE is now expired, nothing will.
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