Microsoft employees ponder the fate of Internet Explorer
Yesterday, Ars technica published a very interesting article about how several Microsoft employees have started to report on their blogs that they feel the browser is not receiving adequate attention from upper management, and that it reflects badly on Microsoft as a result.
It was recently reported that Firefox passed the 10 percent marketshare and was even being preinstalled on some new computers. The adoption rate of the fox is slowly increasing each month. This can't be a good sign for Internet Explorer. IE7 which is currently offered to developers as a beta version adds some Firefox features such as tabbed browsing, but does not appear to offer any really new innovations right now.