If you were around the time when dial-up internet was still a popular way to connect to the world wide web, you've most probably used Internet Explorer (IE) and clenched your fists in frustration — just IE shenanigans. Well, after being in existence for over 25 years, the antiquated Microsoft browser is being retired in favor of Edge next year. Read More
The Internet Explorer has long had a reputation for being slow and outdated, but many businesses still rely on Microsoft's old browser for compatibility reasons. If they're using Google Workspace, they might soon have to look for a more modern solution. Following Microsoft's statement that it'll stop supporting Internet Explorer 11, Google has announced that it will pull its productivity tools from the aging browser from March 15, 2021. Read More
As of this morning, most users are finding it back up and running normally
Starting early in the AM on July 14th, reports started coming in that Firefox and Safari can both use the web app again. IE users should be good to go, too. My own testing confirms this as well. Happy listening!
With no obvious cause, numerous subscribers to Google Play Music All Access have suddenly found that just about any non-Chrome browser cannot use the web app to stream songs. Read More