Video: from Internet Explorer 1.0 to Internet Explorer 9

Emil

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Maybe it was the fact that his video about upgrading from Windows 1.0 to Windows 7 became really popular or maybe he became a bit nostalgic when he saw that Internet Explorer was still around when Microsoft announced the release of IE9 earlier this week. In either case, YouTube user Andrew Tait is ba...

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freedomthinker

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I remember using IE 5.5 and the 6 but i didn't know the difference really . Still i once again say that Microsoft finally released a decent browser worth using !
 

w3b0n

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My first computer used to be a 286 with MS Dos 5.x ive got the 6.22 MS Dos version and windows 3.0 & 3.1 on a garage sale ... omg those days !!
 

63Jax

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some people are trashing IE for no reason, just because they use other browsers and they think only their **** is the best, exactly like other things, only what i use is the best...bla,bla. i personally use FF and i also used IE and i never got any kind of problems, no viruses, is fast, starts fast, it properly loads almost all sites. and now with ie9 they they really made a very, very good browser.
 

Lokalaskurar

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The very first browser I used was Internet Explorer 3 (on a 56 kbit/s modem), but at that time I had absolutely no clue at all regarding the possibilities of the World Wide Web. I only used it for looking at pretty pictures of Darth Vader o.O
 

madboyv1

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63jax said:
some people are trashing IE for no reason, just because they use other browsers and they think only their **** is the best, exactly like other things, only what i use is the best...bla,bla. i personally use FF and i also used IE and i never got any kind of problems, no viruses, is fast, starts fast, it properly loads almost all sites. and now with ie9 they they really made a very, very good browser.
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Burty117

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I caught the "Horse Porn" bit, that made me lol :)

Man IE9 is good! 95/100 on the Acid! test! damn microsoft has been hard at work :)
 
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I've literally got the tee shirt for downloading IE3 on its release date. Good lord I am getting old.
 

bonniesmith

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It should be noted that until about 02-03 that high-speed internet wasn't really a standard, so there was no need for flashy features as they'd take a lifetime to load on 56k
 

fpsgamerJR62

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PC users running Windows 7 today have it really good with IE 9 and really fast broadband connections. Back in 98 or 99, I remember running Windows 95 with a 56K modem and IE then was like really slow and buggy. I eventually ended up using Netscape Navigator which was part of the software kit from my ISP. Yeah, bad old days of the Net :)