Tag: internet explorer

I love this commercial for Internet Explorer that plays on all of the things I love and miss about the 90s.

From the same guy who brought us that video of what it’s like to upgrade through every version of Microsoft Windows OS comes this video of what it’s like to browse the internet through every version of Microsoft Internet Explorer. Awesome!


Matthew has discovered a browser bookmarklet called IE6IFY that breaks even the most standards-compliant website and brings it down to IE6 rendering level. Go to the site and drag the IE6IFY button to your bookmarks folder and press the button repeatedly on any website to gradually break it down until it is completely unusable. Fun!

Oh wow! Is that Dean Cain? I haven’t seen him in anything since he starred as Clark Kent in Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman! Here he is in a somewhat amusing video advertisement for Internet Explorer 8.


Norman sent me this link to Save IE6, a website that speaks the absolute truth on the whole browser war situation. Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 6 gets a bad rap for being old and outdated, but in reality, it’s actually a very solid browser with quick rendering times and a beautiful interface. Although Firefox, Opera, and […]