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IE is dead. It died a long time ago even though it doesn't know it.
What will take its place? With Microsoft so busy trying to redine a desktop paradigm that everyone is currently satisfied with, will they be too busy to bring us a successor that embodies the quality that IE is known for? Well my friends, look no further. IE, it's time to dIE.
dIE is meant to be the spiritual successor to IE. It strives to keep the features that people want in IE in the few minutes on a new PC. It keeps on with the tradition of featuring a fast, functional, and satisfying ability to download a real web browser.
dIE automagically downloads the latest version of popular web browsers like:
- Mozilla Firefox
- Google Chrome
And more! Much more! Pretty much any web browser that isn't IE!
- Pale Moon
- Qupzilla x32
- Qupzilla x64
- SWare Iron
- Mozilla Firefox Aurora
- Mozilla Firefox Beta
- Mozilla Firefox Nightly x32
- Mozilla Firefox Nightly x64
- Google Chrome Beta
- Google Chrome Canary
It's not shipped on every machine with Windows like IE (which we all know is one of the great things about IE!), but it's at least portable. Take it with you on the go to bring dIE to computers everywhere that need it.
We all know how much Microsoft loves open-source software, so it's only fitting that dIE be released under their favorite license: the GPLv3.
dIE is writte in AutoHotkey, a scripting language that Take a look at the code, review it, modify it, spread it.