This is what desperation looks like. Also this:

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9 Responses to “Microsoft is getting desperate with new Internet Explorer ads”

  1. Jay says:

    I still won't use it. Firefox all the way, babe.

  2. Lankeberg says:

    Microsoft has lost the browser wars. Unless they release their browser for XP, Linux, Android and iOS they will never even have a chance. The only thing they have is people who dont know about the others, and those are a dwindling bunch of people.

    I actually dont use IE to download Chrome any longer. Its much faster to use wget because the first time you start IE9, it wont accept you trying to cancel it loading MSN networks start page and i dont have time to wait a couple of minutes for that to load.

  3. Taylor Anthony. says:

    Four words: Fuck IE!!

  4. eknirb says:

    what's………….."Internet Explorer?"

  5. Jjrs says:

    In all fairness, the new IE actually is much faster than Chrome or Firefox. I use Mac so it's not an option, but I'd have a hard time justifying not using it if I was on windows.

    • Basically I can resume in one Word: Extensions.

    • TeeJay says:

      Faster, maybe (and if it is, not by enough to make a difference from what I saw), but speed isn't everything in browsing. It still functions like Internet Explorer, for the few hours I tried using it, and quite frankly that's a very bad thing. I'm sticking to Chrome.

  6. Ron says:

    I suggest reading… – Microsoft is not anywhere as desperate a you suggest – and let's not forget that IE10 in Windows 8 is a much improved browser – in some tests it is better than Chrome already.

  7. Keven says:

    You can't even install IE9 on Windows XP, so I don't get the poing of this ad