Microsoft Shutting Down Internet Explorer – A Relief for Web Developers?

Just read the news that Microsoft is shutting down it’s oh-NOT-so-famous browser brand. For first I took a deep breath. I can remember my web development days, when I used to manage websites with extra effort to make it compatible with IE. There were so many UI bugs that I fixed and many I produced while working for IE. Everyone hates it, an open secret. Even Microsoft has made mocking campaigns on IE6 to promote the image of IE. But they have realized people have moved on. The irony is companies like IBM are relying on IE by developing only IE compliant web softwares.

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5 reasons I like Bluehost

I was in terrible tension with my previous hosting provider. They down my site often and was having very less responsiveness in support. My account also was having very low bandwidth. So a friend suggested me to evaluate some hosting providers and I selected Bluehost.

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Configure Unity desktop with easy to use MyUnity

Since Canonical introduced Unity desktop in Ubuntu. Most of people are having trouble switching their computing behavior to this. If you are also using Unity desktop and want to control and configure it, then MyUnity can do this job very well. It’s very simple easy to use software that can tweak your Unity desktop.

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