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
IE 9′s numbers aren’t quite as impressive compared to other browsers, though.
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.