August 23rd 2004
By Mike Flaminio
Internet Explorer on the fairer platform is likely just as flawed as its Windows cousins. However, because we are few and IE for Mac end-of-life, I doubt anyone has bothered to make the effort to hack it. That is, other than those that delight in creating "proof of concept" hacks and malware.
Removing Redmond's "stainware" should be on everyone's to-do list and the fine folks at BrowseHappy.com are providing incentives for those lacking the necessary gumption. With just six happy switcher stories listed, a helping hand from those among the faithful that dumped IE might be just what the site needs.
Naturally, Browse Happy has provided a list of safe browsers for those still contemplating their journey out of darkness.
A comparo on Mac browsers is available here.