Microsoft plans to update the Interner Explorer is 'secretly'. This step is done todispel the scam perpetrators who often entrap their victims with false updates.
This update will be performed starting from January next year, 2012. Later, usersof Internet Explorer (IE) is automatically updated with new versions of browsersthat they use without their knowledge. But for those who do not want to use this new version, Microsoft will provide options.
Microsoft promises a more secure browser in the latest version of IE. Said byRyan Gavin of IE that data collected from Microsoft, cyber criminals are targeting the software that was 'old school' when you try to trap potential victims with the promise of an update that actually false.
Updatec Quoted from the BBC on Monday (19.12.2011), the upgrade is done on the IE users who use Windows XP, Vista and 7. Australia and Brazil became the first country to get these updates, then followed other countries,
Those who use Windows XP will be upgraded to IE8, while those who use Vistaand 7 will receive IE9. This step at once implies that Microsoft will 'kill' the existence slowly IE6, a browser that has been aged 10 years.
Although the old school, the browser is still used by Internet users. Refers to datafrom Microsoft, IE6 is still used by 8.3% of people around the world in which mostusers are in China.