Internet Explorer is reliable, but its features and performance are falling behind those of the newer browsers. IE has also fallen behind on the performance curve. Safari, Camino, and even Opera are all faster in rendering pages and more responsive with resizing screens.
REDMOND, Wash., June 17, 2002 — Microsoft Corp. Today announced the availability of Microsoft® Internet Explorer 5.2 for Mac OS X, the latest update to the most popular browser available for the Macintosh operating system. Microsoft word for mac free. The update includes a number of enhancements that make the browsing experience better for customers using Mac OS X. For example, using Quartz text smoothing, Internet Explorer 5.2 now provides smooth display of text, making Web sites easier to read. Auto clicker for apple mac. The free* download is available at The release is the latest in a series of announcements from Microsoft that show a continued commitment to the Macintosh platform.
Other recent announcements include the release of Microsoft Office v. X Service Release 1 and MSN® Messenger 3.0 for Mac. “We’ve had overwhelming response from customers using our products for the Mac and remain committed to building the best software solutions on the Mac platform,” said Kevin Browne, general manager of the Macintosh Business Unit at Microsoft. “We think people will be extremely pleased with the new rendering abilities of Internet Explorer.