Mozilla Official Says Internet Explorer 9 is Two Years Too Late

Delivering solid proof that open source browsers are leading innovation in the browser arena, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome have carved deeply into Microsoft’s Internet Explorer browser market share over the past couple of years, and now the folks behind Firefox are practically delivering a eulogy for Internet Explorer. With Mozilla’s majorly updated Firefox 4 browser set to arrive in a matter of days, and Microsoft hyping its Internet Explorer 9 browser, Mozilla technical evangelist Paul Rouget has pronounced that Internet Explorer is not a “modern browser.” In many ways, Rouget is right, but Microsoft is seeking to counter the notion.

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