Google Wave gives up on Internet Explorer
- September 25, 2009 4:22 PM |
- By John Bowman
By John Bowman, CBCNews.ca.
The developers of Google Wave — the tech giant's next-generation communication platform that combines email, instant messaging, wikis and file sharing — seem to have thrown up their hands when it comes to supporting Microsoft's Internet Explorer.
Users of every version of Internet Explorer, from the surprisingly not-dead IE6 to the more recent IE8, will be asked to switch to another browser (Google's Chrome, Apple's Safari or Mozilla Firefox) or to install a new plug-in: Google Chrome Frame.
Some bloggers are seeing Google Frame as a solution for people who are stuck with IE because of corporate policies against installing their own software on work computers.
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