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Chrome's Browser Engine Available to IE users

Browser innovations have picked up significantly the past few years, ever since Mozilla's Firefox became a serious challenger to market leader Internet Explorer. And even as Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) responded with new versions of IE, Google (Chrome) and Apple (Safari) entered the fray with their own innovative browsers.

As Datamation reports,Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) is now giving IE users the option of running Chrome's browser engine inside of Internet Explorer (versions 6, 7 and 8). One reason for doing this is to gain better HTML 5 support. But the move is not without controversy. As the article details, Microsoft was quick to say adding the Chrome engine to IE poses a security risk.

Are you running Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser? You don't necessarily have to download a whole new browser in order to get the benefits of a new browser anymore.

Google this week officially graduated its Chrome Frame add-on to a stable release, providing users of Microsoft's Internet Explorer an engine for its Chrome browser.

Read the full article at Datamation:
Google Chrome Frame Goes Stable