IE for Mac soon to be laid to rest
19th Dec 2005
Although the once ground-breaking browser, once hailed by many for it's speed and superior CSS support, hasn't been developed since February 2003, Internet Explorer for the Mac is officially going to be laid to rest by Microsoft, says The Register.
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