Google Fixes What Microsoft Didn’t. Chrome Frame Brings HTML5 To Internet Explorer.
Google has found another way to make Microsoft applications work better. As most of you know, Internet Explorer is extremely clunky and takes up more memory than it should. The amount of memory needed to run Internet Explorer keeps on increasing as new versions are released. Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox on the other hand are aiming to find ways to reduce memory loads to run their browsers.
Now Google has found a way to make Microsoft Internet Explorer operate more effectively through the use of an open source plug-in called Chrome Frame.
Personally I think Microsoft should be embarrassed and should be ashamed of themselves. You know your product is bad when a competitor goes out of their way to make it work better just so they can tolerate it too.This article was written by Amit Chowdhry. You can follow me at @amitchowdhry or on Google+ at +AmitChowdhry