Posts Tagged ‘Internet Explorer’

How To Configure Internet Explorer (IE) 11 To Work For Siebel 8.1

Are you still running Siebel 8.1 and using internet explorer (IE) 11? In this blog post, I’ll show you the steps to make IE 11 compatible with Siebel 8.1. After setting the IE parameters stated below, you should be able to use all of the system’s capabilities (e.g., navigation, data entry, running reports). Navigate to […]

Siebel Users: Microsoft Is Dropping Support For IE8 Today

  Today, January 12, 2016, Microsoft is ceasing support for Internet Explorer 8. If you’re a Siebel Clinical user, that news probably made your stomach drop, since IE8 is the highest version of Internet Explorer that works with Siebel pre-8.1.1.9. What does that mean for those of you running old versions of Siebel? Well, you […]

Making sense of the recent Internet Explorer announcement

Last week, Perficient’s Zach Handing wrote a post over on our Spark blog explaining what to make of the recent Internet Explorer announcement published on Microsoft’s Internet Explorer blog. In the article, Microsoft discussed their plans for supporting older versions of IE. There was quite a bit of racket across the web, as people interpreted […]

Internet Explorer: To Support or Not to Support?

Microsoft published an article on their Internet Explorer blog yesterday that discussed their plans for supporting older versions of IE, and the web development community has been blowing up ever since.  I have seen many eager Interneters making loud claims to the tune of, “IE8 is dead!  We no longer have to support older versions of […]

Google Chrome Most Popular? Sure. Best? We’ll see.

Apparently Google Chrome is now the world’s most popular web browser.  Ho-hum. Google also has the most popular search engine, but “most popular” doesn’t necessarily mean “best”.  Just ask 1990.  Some of you might remember that Milli Vanilli won a Grammy award that year.  Sheer populism is a mistake we often make in our modern […]