March 21st, 2010

Web Tip: Upgrading Internet Explorer Browser

Microsoft Internet Explorer 8We’ve been upgrading some pages for the website, including this new layout for the Daily Bulletin. We’ve noticed that some features of this page (and on other websites) may not display optimally with earlier versions of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer browser. If, for example, some of the navigation tools don’t work, a browser upgrade will fix that. If you’re still running IE 6.0 or 7.0, we strongly recommend you upgrade to Internet Explorer 8.0. You can also use another type of browser, such as Firefox or Chrome. But for our readers who prefer IE, we advise upgrading to version 8.0.

Compared to IE 7.0, Internet Explorer 8.0 will display most websites faster (with fewer faults) when running XP or Vista, AND it will definitely provide a better browsing experience with the new Windows 7 operating system. Internet Explorer 8.0 also provides enchanced security for all Windows OS types (XP, XP Home, Vista, Windows 7). Internet Explorer 8.0 can be downloaded and used for FREE.

CLICK HERE to go to the Internet Explorer 8 download page.