Last year the IE market was around 80%, its not down to around 60%. Windows 7 will release, and that market share will become 40%. Sure you still have those grandmas and the average unlearned person using their old xp computer with IE and tons of malware but companies are switching to linux and that will make IE lose, plus I hear that they are making IE an option on windows 7?, and their standards compliance is a joke. I stopped making websites that work with IE.
Are you serious, if anyone has updated ms office to 2007, its totally different. How could anyone be familiar with it. I use openoffice to make diagrams now because word is now a pain in the butt.
sunshinekiller writes: I have professors pushing certificates here and there and with the price of them being so high which ones are the most beneficial for someone starting in Information Systems?
Its good that they want to expand broadband to everywhere but will this lower costs? For a simple broadband connection, its very expensive compared to those 56kers, if cable or dsl can get down to where the 56kers monthly bill is then this would be awesome.
No, i would not play an rts game or mmo on a console. Would be annoying and fps is better also on pcs then console but if people keep pirating games then i can see the trend of developers going to purely consoles.