Programming Windows: Internet Explorer (Premium)

It was late 1994, and Microsoft was shopping around for a web browser. It was too late to create its own web browser from scratch, not if the product was to be included with Windows 95. But then fate intervened. First, Netscape spurned its acquisition offer, and that firm quickly starting signing up partners to distribute its browser. Then, AOL yanked its next choice out from under it by purcha...

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