Inori Aizawa gives the world's most popular browser an image makeover to attract new users.
In their latest attempt to woo back customers, Microsoft's browser offers a trip down memory lane to its frist users and the chance to reconnect.
In the new campaign ‘The Browser You Loved To Hate,’ the company uses people's common complaints to highlight the improved web browser. of IE10
The xx collaborated with Microsoft to create a site with a visualization that shows how 'Coexist' was digitally shared from just one person.
Google is has the most popular web browser. Leading research puts it at number three, but not for long.
Google Chrome's 22% hold on internet browsers shows that its popularity is creeping up to Internet Explorer's #1 spot in the UK.
Microsoft took the top five most popular browsers (Chrome 10, Firefox 4, Safari 5, Opera 11 and Internet Explorer 9) and ran them through several test to see how they measured up. Engadget