Internet Explorer for UNIX Discontinued
Thursday September 19th, 2002
Gervase Markham writes: "Internet Explorer 5 for HP/UX and Solaris is no longer officially available from Microsoft, according to the IE for Unix front page. The actual download page is still up here, but for how long?
"This is obviously the last nail in the coffin of 'IE's cross-platform support'. Gecko-based browsers are now the only game in town for download-and-install free software on these two platforms."
Though we don't usually post negative articles about rival browsers, this one was too interesting to pass up.
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Thursday September 19th, 2002 11:13 AM
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page authors thing, that all IE-Versions are the same and that IE for Unix runs on every Unix. Because of this two points killing every IE version for "alternate systems" helps while arguing against a deny.