Being a web developer for most of my adult life, I never thought I would see the day when Microsoft’s bundled Internet Explorer would be overtaken by another browser. Well, that day has finally arrived, and the serious web geeks can mark this day as a coup to the traditional adage that we need to develop for IE first and then test on the others. Well, it looks like Google Chrome has now taken the Iron Throne in the Game of Browsers (Possibly the next HBO mini-series?). There have been rumors that FaceBook was going to buy the often not-so-mentioned Opera browser, but I am not sure of the gravity of such claims. But with the stronger delivery and usability enhancements of the Chrome Operating System – we might see that day become a reality when we do away with Operating Systems, and we just go about our daily non-gaming business on just a browser alone. Congrats Chrome on uprooting a longtime stalwart in the internet viewing business.

Via: Engadget

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