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The Internet Explorer of modern times is a much different beast than the one of yore. The browser that was once synonymous with a poor websurfing experience is a much better product than it once was, and, as a sign of the times, often outperforms the rivals that were built to crack its monopoly. But for many, the very idea of using Internet Explorer gives a perception of going back to a time of poor rendering, security holes, and ActiveX errors — which Microsoft is well aware of and at one time considered addressing via a change of the browser’s name. In an Ask Me Anything