Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Microsoft Intenet Explorer 8 : Flooded with complaints

Various Complaints with IE8

Microsoft has been flooded with complaints about its new Internet Explorer 8 and has seen early users downgrade to the previous version, reported by Information Week.

The software giant is hoping that its new browser will help stem a steady flight of surfers to rival products, most notably the open-source Firefox browser.

According to the latest figures, Firefox now controls 22 percent of the browser market compared to 67 percent for Internet Explorer, which once enjoyed more than 90 percent of the market.

According to report most of the complaints regarded printing from websites, search malfunctions, image problems, boot times and the fact that the new browser takes up 4 gigabytes of disk space.

Microsoft released Internet Explorer 8 Thursday, touting its greater speed, security and ease of use. Millions of users installed the free download and by Sunday some 2.59 percent of web surfers were using the software. Also, there are software available for speed up internet

According to report, by Monday the figure had dropped to 1.86 percent as "early adopters of IE8 are switching back to the more familiar, and - at this point - reliable Explorer 7 browser".

Avail microsoft support if you face any kind of problem with The Windows Operating System has came of the ages with Windows 7

Related News and Articles

A View at Microsoft Help and Computer Support Services

Digital Signature by Microsoft

Online computer support

MSN, Windows Live - A popular service from Microsoft

No comments: