YouTube to drop IE6 support on March 13

YouTube will finally drop Internet Explorer 6 from its list of supported browsers, on March 13th, dealing another blow to Microsoft’s struggling web tool.

 

Last summer, the video streaming site, now owned by Google, confirmed that it would be phasing out IE6, but a scan of the site today confirms the closing date for the first time.

 

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The screenshot encourages users to upgrade their browsers to Firefox, Safari, Google Chrome or the newest version of Internet Explorer, IE8.

 

The YouTube noose may have been tightened due to the recent bugs with IE6 that caused the French and German governments to completely ban it from use.

 

Link: YouTube

 

 


YouTube will finally drop Internet Explorer 6 from its list of supported browsers, on March 13th, dealing another blow to Microsoft’s struggling web tool.

 

Last summer, the video streaming site, now owned by Google, confirmed that it would be phasing out IE6, but a scan of the site today confirms the closing date for the first time.

 

Windows Phone 7 Series: Things you need to know

Windows Phone hands-on pictures

 

The screenshot encourages users to upgrade their browsers to Firefox, Safari, Google Chrome or the newest version of Internet Explorer, IE8.

 

The YouTube noose may have been tightened due to the recent bugs with IE6 that caused the French and German governments to completely ban it from use.

 

Link: YouTube

 

 


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