Quick View: Internet Explorer Mobile 6 on Palm Treo Pro Video
Quick View: Internet Explorer Mobile 6 on Palm Treo Pro Video Transcript
>> Here we have Internet Explorer Mobile 6 on the Palm Trio Pro for Sprint. It's the first Palm device to ship with the updated browser and offers a couple new tools to make navigation easier. First you get multiple zoom levels so you can zoom out and then you can zoom in on the page bit by bit it takes a few seconds though so that was a little frustrating. Now the new feature is the ability to choose from a mobile or desktop version of a website so you can do this by going to the menu, tools, options, and then other and you'll see the choices for mobile device or desktop computer. Internet Explorer 6 also has flash support and definitely brings some welcome additions but has a ways to go to catch up to the competition which would be the iPhone's Safari browser. ^E00:00:49
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