IE11 finally support WebGL and they even improved the implementation with cumulative updates.
I just recently signed up for an Yahoo account to answer a question and it works fine for me now.
My feeling is that it is a step up over the previous CEOs, but more needs to be done.
I think they are doing a lot of support on Twitter now.
I know. I wonder how these kinds of people got there in the first place.
If you absolutely have to use IE6, go to Internet Options's Advanced tab and check TLS 1.0 and while you are at it uncheck SSL 2.0. But of course the preferred solution is to upgrade and while you are it please also update to XP SP3 if you hasn't already. There is no WGA check in WinXP service pack in general, despite such misconceptions.
To be honest, I remember the Slashdot article that incorrectly suggested that SSL 2.0 and TLS 1.0 was affected by BEAST.
Person A sees that Google Maps is top and assumes they're better than company B, as you would when looking at a link in the #1 spot.
Do people actually do that, especially when it is visually distinctive if I remember correctly.
Well, the difference between Firefox and Chrome is more than just the UI.
That is exactly what I am talking about.
This reminds me that I hate when Chromebooks use different firmware. Using different firmware for different OSes defeats the purpose of firmware standards like UEFI or ACPI.
To be honest this is not new. Remember the story of MS-DOS 3.1 for the DEC Rainbow?
Unfortunately, I think Server 2012 R2 is a paid upgrade unlike the client edition (Win8.1). And Exchange 2010 is not officially supported yet on R2.