NursingJobs concludes that it's cheaper to purchase new computers for its customers than to keep supporting Microsoft's 2006-era browser.
CNET's Robert Vamosi takes a first look at the latest Internet Explorer browser. Microsoft says it has fixed more than 1,000 bugs, and that security was a priority with the product.
But Microsoft is again giving companies a chance to postpone the installation.
The newest versions of the most popular browsers are out! How do they compare now?
First IE7 flaw in some doubt
IE7 is missing from Windows Update. Used to be there. A sad tale of tech support.
Want IE but don't want Vista? Here's your chance.
Vulnerability allowed a "drive-by attack" of malware installation when computers visited a malicious Web site.
Sauce Labs' 55 million tests of Web pages and apps find Microsoft's browser the most crash-prone, but IE10's error rate is a sixth that of IE6.