- Expensive committments to web apps that were advertised as "web-based", but were actually "IE-based"
- No centralized administration of settings (proxy, home page, search, other locked features)
- Unfinished customization tool (CCK)
No automatic authentication
- Does not use standard Windows profile location for cache, which bloats roaming profiles
- Does not support lousy MSHTML/MSCSS/MSDOM known to lazy programmers unwilling to update their skillset
- Does not support ActiveX controls, which can be a crutch, but sometimes terribly useful (like DateTimePicker and MonthView)
- Does not support CSS-BE (HTC), necessary to trick IE into advanced functionality built into all modern browsers
A pedant that hangs out in the dark corner-cases of the web.
Thursday, April 07, 2005
Top Barriers to Firefox in the Enterprise
Posted by Brian at 20:42