On the 1st March 2010 Google will stop supporting Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 6 browser(IE6). Which is fantastic news for website developers and designers worldwide and the quicker this antiquated browser is removed from systems on the web the better.
Google explains in its statement that it will be phasing out support for IE6 starting with its Google docs and Google sites and from 1 March onwards key functionality will no longer work in the IE6 browser.
Nearly 13.5% of web users are still using some version of the antiquated Internet Explorer 6 browser but with Google’s help hopefully this will force people to upgrade to one of a more modern solutions out there Safari, Opera, Firefox, Chrome and even IE7 and IE8.
Via Gaj-itFiled Under: Technology News