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Resumen: Microsoft está para nada bueno otra vez, este vez con pruebas patrones de Internet Explorer 9.

El post anterior[http://techrights.org/2011/04/05/google-responds-hypocritically/] tuvo un ejemplo de las falsas pruebas patrones de GNU/Linux de Microsoft – es un tema del que escribimos mucho a través de los años[http://techrights.org/2009/06/30/microsoft-invalid-benchmark/]. Microsoft casi fué demandado por ello[http://techrights.org/2009/09/28/microsoft-fabricated-figures/] e Internet Explorer también esta rodeado de fraude en sus “pruebas”[http://techrights.org/2009/09/28/microsoft-fabricated-figures/]. Microsoft apenas no sabe hacer su caso que Internet Explorer 9 trabaja mejor que sus rivales (QUE NO LO HACE). Según esto[http://mrpogson.com/2011/04/03/lab-tests-used-as-advertising/], los pruebas de laboratorio de Microsoft (o los laboratorios a los que Microsoft PAGA para generar mentiras) están siendo utilizando para hacer publicidad . Para citar:

En vez de producir menos bloatware para que las PC funcionen mejor o de producir software que funcione en ARM, orquestraron una prueba del efecto de varios navegadores del internet sobre su consumo de energía. Cuando miro el informe es obvio ellos no supervisaron el consumo de energía con usuarios reales, los que usan los sistemas en panoramas verdaderos, pero varias pruebas patrones específicas de consumo de energía máxima en situaciónes específicas. En la marcha lenta de los navegadores del mundo real.

Aquí estoy con 15 lengüetas abiertas en Chromiun:
promedio de la carga: 0.00, 0.05, 0.07
CPU: 5.6%
y porciones que se encienden.

Así pues, sus pruebas de laboratorio son inaplicables para las situaciones del mundo real. Puede ser que sean relevantes para el vídeo pero no para la lectura y mirar fotos o mecanografiar.

Las pruebas se pueden construir para demostrar cualquier cosa, -el papel aguanta todo- vendiendo la ilusión falsa de que una cosa es mejor que otra. Microsoft ha hecho esto muchas veces, así que es el muchacho que gritó “lobo” realmente. En otras noticias sobre Internet Explorer 9, tiene un agujero para la privacidad, (como si usare Internet Explorer en un ordenador Windows te diera privacidad). Para citar el Register[http://www.theregister.co.uk/2011/03/18/microsoft_ie9_tpl_site_blocker/]: Un agujero ha sido avistado en Internet Explorer 9 tecnología de evitar-ser-seguido, y Microsoft dice que es una característica de su producto no un agujero.

“En respuesta a una llamada del gobierno de los E.E.U.U. para la mayor protección de aislamiento de los consumidores en línea, Microsoft agregó una característica de seguimiento de las listas de protección (TPLs) a IE9. Los Netizen (ciudadanos del internet) pueden utilizar una o más listas para evitar que ciertas redes y sitios web de publicidad sigan su comportamiento en línea. Pero cuando el usuario de IE9 baja múltiple transferencias directas TPLs y un sitio es bloqueado en una lista pero permitido en otra, IE9 permitirá el sitio, dejándolos seguir las actividades del usuario.”

Aquí estamos en 2011 y Microsoft todavía finge que la privacidad no importa. ¿Esto sorprende cualquiera dado que Microsoft promueve la vigilancia?[http://techrights.org/2011/04/07/gunning-down-dissidence_es/]

Translation produced by Eduardo Landaveri, the esteemed administrator of the Spanish portal of Techrights.

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