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Google Kills Chrome Frame, Its IE Chrome-ifying Tool

Google announced today that it is retiring Chrome Frame, its way of “chrome-ifying Internet Explorer”. It was a way to let developers get around the not-modern-enough IE of 2009. The plug-in left beta in 2011. Apparently Google considers Microsoft’s browser to be modern enough now so that there is no longer a need for Chrome Frame. In a post on …

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Google Chrome Frame Avoids Admin Lockdowns, Leaves Beta

Google’s developers want your Internet browsing experience to be as robust as possible, even those of you who are stuck using Internet Explorer 6, or any of the versions that succeeded IE6. This capability now includes people who are locked down behind an administrative wall and can’t update your browser. While Google Chrome Frame has been out of its beta …

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Microsoft Using Scare Tactics For Google Browser Extension?

Update: Not long after MIcrosoft talked about Google making IE less secure with its Chrome Frame plug-in, Google came out and contradicted the notion. From eWeek:

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