Linked by Kroc Camen on Tue 22nd Sep 2009 19:48 UTC
Google Google Chrome Frame is an open-source plugin that adds HTML5, Canvas, a fast JavaScript engine and more to Internet Explorer; in fact it just swaps out Trident with Webkit! Developers can opt-in to the feature on their sites via a meta-tag / HTTP-header and prompt users to install Google Chrome Frame if they don't have it. Update: Correction, they don't support the HTTP Header.
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by VistaUser on Tue 22nd Sep 2009 22:38 UTC
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From what I can tell, there is a large majority of users who use internet explorer because they have no option - it is what is provided by their place of work/education.

I would hazard a guess that these users will also not have the freedom to install a plugin, so while this thing has geek value, I do not think it will actually accomplish much.

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