Microsoft Blasts Google’s Chrome-in-IE plan

 Microsoft Blasts Googles Chrome in IE plan

Google has raised the ire of Microsoft by releasing Chrome Frame, an open source plug-in which allows people to run Google Wave from within all versions of Internet Explorer. For those who do not know, Google Chrome Frame is a plug-in for Internet Explorer that lets people use Chrome from within Microsoft’s web browser. This allows users who are stuck with the 8-year-old Internet Explorer 6 to run Chrome, Google’s Web browser, inside IE. Certainly good news for the many users still stuck with IE6 but apparently Microsoft isn’t too happy with it.

 Microsoft Blasts Googles Chrome in IE plan

Google has raised the ire of Microsoft by releasing Chrome Frame,
an open source plug-in which allows people to run Google Wave from
within all versions of Internet Explorer. For those who do not know,
Google Chrome Frame is a plug-in for Internet Explorer that lets people
use Chrome from within Microsoft’s web browser. This allows users who
are stuck with the 8-year-old Internet Explorer 6 to run Chrome,
Google’s Web browser, inside IE. Certainly good news for the many users
still stuck with IE6 but apparently Microsoft isn’t too happy with it.

“Microsoft on Thursday lashed out against Google Chrome Frame–an Internet Explorer plug-in that supplants IE’s rendering engine with Google’s.”

News via [cnet]

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