Hmmm not surprised really
Given the popularity of alternatives that are standards compliant, this should come as no surprise. MS had only two ways to go - the old way and give even more people a reason to change or go with what the majority of other browsers do,
Not the death knell for IE or MS by any means, but is perhaps an indication that MS does not hold the power that it once did.
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