Remember the recent study that showed Internet users with lower than average IQs are more likely to use Internet Explorer than other browsers? Well, I hate to disappoint you, but it’s a very elaborate hoax. The study, conducted by ‘a Canadian psychometric testing company’ called AptiQuant, claimed that users of IE have a lower IQ than users of… Continue reading AptiQuant: Internet Explorer Study Was A Hoax
A Canadian psychometric consulting company, AptiQuant, recently released a report on a study it conducted to measure the effects of cognitive ability on the choice of web browser. The Vancouver-based AptiQuant offered free online IQ tests to over a 100,000 people and then plotted the average IQ scores based on the browser on which the test… Continue reading Study: Individuals with Low IQ Use Internet Explorer
Firefox 4 is a great update with new features and massive speed improvements, and that may be just what it needs to compete with the fast-growing Google Chrome.
IE 9′s numbers aren’t quite as impressive compared to other browsers, though.
The release of the RC release represents significant performance enhancements, including smaller memory footprint, crash protection, faster graphics rendering and faster page loading.
Microsoft revealed on Tuesday (3/8) that the beta and Release Candidate RC version of Internet Explorer 9 have managed to garner 36 million downloads.
This week, the Opera web browser became the first non-native browser made available in Apple’s Mac App Store, but only for those over seventeen years of age.
When designing a website, it is important to know the browser trend. Browser is user’s tool to access our web pages. There are many browsers people may use today. Each browser has their own compatibility to web pages. This is why it is important to develop web pages that can appear perfectly in all browsers.… Continue reading People and Their Browser