Internet Explorer
Alte Version von Internet Explorer 3.0 (Windows 3.1)
Ausgewählte Version
Internet Explorer 3.0 (Windows 3.1)
Windows 95 (IE 5.5), 98, ME, 2000 (IE 6), XP (IE 8), Vista, 7
Lizenz
Proprietary

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Internet Explorer 3.0 (Windows 3.1)

Internet Explorer 3.0 (Windows 3.1) (2.01 MB)

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Systemanforderungen von Internet Explorer 3.0 (Windows 3.1)
  • Windows 3.1
Programm Information von Internet Explorer 3.0 (Windows 3.1)
Version Name:
Internet Explorer 3.0 (Windows 3.1)

Datei Größe:
2.01 MB

MD5 Prüfsumme:
0d95775c90728e4e5341819eec2b303f

SHA1 Prüfsumme:
B2F589762EF6AB13BA4D1156B9DDDD012D5B99A3

Version Historie vonInternet Explorer 3.0 (Windows 3.1)
  • Improved support of HTML tables, frames, and other elements.
  • Support of VBScript and JScript.
  • Support of CSS and Java.
Internet Explorer Screenshots
Screenshot of the Internet Explorer 9 final release on Windows 7. Internet Explorer 9 scores 95/100 on the Acid3 web standards test. More
Internet Explorer 9 final release with the "About Internet Explorer" window open on Windows 7. More
The Internet Explorer 9 add-on manager in Windows 7. Managing IE 9 add-ons. More
Über Internet Explorer

Internet Explorer, abbreviated IE or MSIE, is a proprietary graphical web browser made by Microsoft and included as part of the Microsoft Windows line of operating systems. It has been the most widely-used web browser since 1999.

Internet Explorer has been designed to view the broadest range of web pages and to provide certain features within the operating system, including Windows Update. During the heydays of the historic browser wars, Internet Explorer superseded Netscape by supporting many of the progressive features of the time.

The Component Object Model (COM) technology is used extensively in Internet Explorer. It allows third parties to add functionalities via Browser Helper Objects (BHO); and allows websites to offer rich content via ActiveX.


Updates : Internet Explorer Updates

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Enlarge or zoom in on individual webpages, including both text and graphics, to either focus on specific content or to make content more accessible to those with vision limitations.