On Sunday, 23 October 2011 17:43:39 UTC+1, T.J. Crowder wrote:
> On Oct 23, 5:35 pm, "wwwboy" <www...@pochta.ru> wrote:
> > With the speed of which modern browsers release updates and move toward
> HTML5 -
> > I think there will be no significant differences between them in a year.
> > IE8 will not be alive in a year in the light of Windows8 with IE10 and
> > support XP - so there will be IE9 and IE10 which a close to other
> I think you're being very optimistic there, particularly with regard
> to how quickly Windows users will upgrade.
And here we are, a year later, and guess what? IE8 still has more market
share (24%) than IE9 (20%). :-)
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