Internet Explorer 10 To Enable "Do Not Track" By Default

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gle789

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Zoandar

The fact Do Not Track has only voluntary compliance renders it essentially useless. It's like putting a sign on your door instead of a lock.

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Rift2

I think I played that too close IE9 video over 30 times or so because it's a decent dub step mix.

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Brad Chacos

The song that plays on the Bing videos on Hulu isn't half bad, either.

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mattman059

Do not track on by default : Decent idea

Packaging browser with Adobe by default : Bad idea.

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bobbean

my buddy's mother brought home $17612 past month. she has been making cash on the internet and moved in a $580200 house. All she did was get blessed and profit by the steps shown on this site shorl.com/rolevifistigu

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Rift2

Must be investing in Penny stocks =)

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gatorXXX

Sounds like you need to be dating your buddy's mother.

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Ghok

And in addition to moving into a "$580200 house", you can also force your buddy to call you "Dad".

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gatorXXX

Thanks. I spewed coffee on my laptop laughing so hard...

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crazygoji

As a web developer, all I want is browser that conforms to the HTML and CSS standards. I am more than tired of coding sites that look great in Chrome, Firefox, Opera and Safari only to have it look completely different and bland in any version of IE.

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USraging

i totally agree with you! W3C sets the standards why does it seem to be so hard to follow?

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livebriand

If that metro UI is forced on desktops and laptops, there is no way in hell that I will upgrade to Windows 8. Period.

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Happy

This is bullcrap because all the Do Not Track thing does is ask them not to track you, it doesn't force them to not track you. It's up to them still.

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misterz100

No shit it's impossible to hide your presence on a website no matter what as soon as you access a site they have your IP, only real way to stay anon is to use a proxy but even that has a paper trail just less of one.

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gatorXXX

I will buy win 8 when released.... Then install it on my netbook to tinker with until I decide to slam it on my Chronos Series 7 cause I'm happy with win 7 in ALL aspects and respects.

I'm not affraid of change but am affraid of that thing they call metro UI. It's so metro sexual that...that...that it makes me wanna go out and buy a frappe', put on some lipstick and skinny jeans, and explore my "metro" side......j/k

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Ghok

lol, what is this, 2003? :)

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USraging

i think that is a totally different thread on a different server:P

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loozer

This will be good for the 6 people who don't download chrome, firefox, or opera in Win8.

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iheartpcs

This will be good for the 6 people who will be using Win 8 ;)

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RUSENSITIVESWEETNESS

I would rather use Windows XP than Windows 8.

I will never, ever use Windows 8. I don't need a $2000 smart phone or an OS that attempts to market my personal information.

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Baer

Oh come on, The Metro interface may be new and many do not like changes but Win 8 will be the largest selling OS three months after it is released. There is great power in an 85% or higher market share.I personally know more than six people who are using it right now.
What, you disagree iheart (sounds like an Apple moniker to me) then wanna bet?

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Meat_Juice

Grasshopper.

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iheartpcs

First of all, iheartpcs indicates that "I Love Personal Computers" and have been anti-Apple for 25 years :)

Secondly, I bet 3 months after release of Win 8, Windows XP will still hold a majority of desktops. Followed by Win 7, Vista, Linux, Dos 6.1, then Win 8 :D

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kevaskous

Then you're already wrong, 7 took over majority awhile ago, next.

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iheartpcs

Really? I'd be interested in seeing the numbers, can you provide me a link please?

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Baer

Link
http://marketshare.hitslink.com/
Desktop (and Notebook Market Share) Windows, 92.5%, Mac 6.4% Linux 1%
Browser Share IE 54.1%, Firefox 19.7%, Chrome 19.6%, Safari 4.6%
Now that is a month old and I have seen other numbers since then.
Here are other links
http://marketshare.hitslink.com/os-market-share.aspx?qprid=9
Also as of August 2011 Win Xp droped below 50% share
http://www.eweek.com/c/a/Desktops-and-Notebooks/Windows-XP-Market-Share-Dips-Below-50-Percent-464652/

Also Maximum PC reported over a year ago that Win 7 Surpasses Win Xp with both at just under 37%
http://www.maximumpc.com/article/news/windows_7_market_share_us_passes_xp
In the classes I teach my students are now reporting that 80% of them use WIn 7 now with most of them just using whatever their latest computer came with (not a scientificn study I admit)
Some other links
http://windows7.iyogi.com/news/windows-7-market-share-growth/#hometext
http://www.everything-microsoft.com/2012/01/03/windows-7-continues-dig-xps-market-share/
And an Excellent chart at http://www.statista.com/statistics/218089/global-market-share-of-windows-7/
And a really excellent comparitive chart of all OSes http://www.statista.com/statistics/157902/global-market-share-of-operating-systems-since-2009/
Need more?
I suspect that Win 8 will do very well. It seems to be a very good OS and while I did not like the MEtro UI at first I had time to get to like it at CES and I really love my new Win phone which has a similar UI

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drummingasm

Whatever man.

2012 will be the year of the linux desktop.

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livebriand

1998 will be the year of Linux. No, 1999. No, 2000. No, 2001. No, 2002. No, 2003. No, 2004. No, 2005. No, 2006. No, 2007. No, 2008. No, 2009. No, 2010. No, 2011. No, 2012...

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Baer

Ahhhh, the Linux desktop. It is the OS of the future, and it always will be.

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Zoandar

As long as you are prepared to use archaic terminal command line text to ever actually DO anything.

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wolfing

According to wiki (yes I know, but still) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Usage_share_of_operating_systems ... Mixed results from different sources, but more sources report higher share of Windows 7 than XP

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siramic

I've heard, read, the same thing before too.

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