[dropcap]W[/dropcap]e all know very well that for a long time, the tech giant Google has been accused of carrying out certain unlawful practices in order to make its well-known software, of course, Google Chrome, succeed in a market as competitive as web browsers and so on. In simple words, if we say, then let me clarify that Google eliminates the competition, hence, want to kill Internet Explorer 6.
Here’s The Secret YouTube Plot To KILL Internet Explorer 6
For a long time, the tech giant Google has been accused of carrying out certain unlawful practices in order to make its well-known software, of course, Google Chrome, succeed in a market as competitive as web browsers and so on. In simple words, if we say, then let me clarify that it eliminates the competition.
In fact, for many, this is precisely one of the reasons why at this time the tech giant Google’s Chrome browser is the most used program of its kind in the world with more than 50% market share, which leaves its competitors far behind, as it happens with Firefox, for example.
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Moreover, at this time Chris Zacharias, a former employee, and developer of the tech giant Google’s well-known video portal YouTube, through his blog has suggested that the tech giant Google was involved in a plot with several developers of the aforementioned website to end with Internet Explorer 6.
In fact with this what was intended was the market share of the tech giant Microsoft’s web browser diminished substantially to end its use by the general public, something in which they were quite successful, incidentally.
So, after getting tired of updating the interface for IE6 (Internet Explorer 6), the moment has now come and the team has decided to show a warning of completion of support for the web browser of the tech giant Microsoft, something that was only visible to Internet Explorer users, which led to the quota of this program falling from 19% to 10% in a very short period of time.
In the aforementioned message what they made clear was that soon the support for this web browser was going to be eliminated and it was advisable for users to migrate to a more modern proposal like the tech giant Google Chrome.
At that point, it was several who, from the tech giant Microsoft, fought for this warning to disappear, but eventually found that workers in the tech giant Google what they really wanted was to end support for Internet Explorer, and they succeeded.
But this has not been the first time that the tech giant Google is accused of following such practices, as a few days ago a former employee of Mozilla suggested that the tech giant Google also “played” Mozilla to give priority to Chrome ahead of Firefox.
At the moment the tech giant Microsoft is trying, again, to gain a foothold in this market with the development of a new version of its software in this sense, of course, the Edge which is based on Chromium.
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