howtogeek at April 12th, 2013 11:58 — #1
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campbell2644 at April 12th, 2013 12:35 — #2
In other words, Chrome is respecting the gamma correction value and Internet Explorer is not..........and the conclusion for Firefox and Safari?
zack_cole at April 12th, 2013 12:47 — #3
Doesn't happen to me? I am using IE 10 and it's a pear, same as Chrome... Even downloaded it and it's still a pear.
lee_mason0323 at April 12th, 2013 20:45 — #4
Yep, got a pear in IE10 Win8.
When I downloaded it, it has an apple icon, becomes a pear when I open photo viewer, but in full screen it goes back to an apple!!
hcl at April 13th, 2013 03:12 — #5
I use the Internet Explorer 11 under the Windows 7 but I still found it's a pear.
codinghorror at April 13th, 2013 16:24 — #6
IE11 is not out yet, that's part of Windows Blue / Windows 9, so you mean IE10 yes?
nanogeek at April 13th, 2013 16:26 — #7
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