Windows Internet Explorer (IE), the oldest of the three, was updated to version 9 on March 14 (and changed its name from Microsoft Internet Explorer in the process).
What does WIE stand for?
WIE stands for Windows Internet Explorer
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of WIE
We have 27 other meanings of WIE in our Acronym Attic
- Western Isles Development Trust (UK)
- What I Did Today
- World-Wide Integrated Digital Telecommunications
- When In Doubt Throw It Out
- Worldwide Integrated Digital Telecommunications Systems
- World Information Distributed University
- When In Danger, When In Doubt, Run In Circles, Scream And Shout
- When in Doubt Whip It Out
- What Is Enlightenment (magazine)
- Wideband Interface Equipment
- Winning Is Everything
- With Immediate Effect (FAA)
- Women in Engineering (various locations)
- Women in Enterprise (East Midlands Development Agency; England, UK)
- Wisconsin Emu Association
- Wisconsin Indian Education Association (education advocacy group; Keshena, WI; est.1985)
- Washington Insurance Examining Bureau (Seattle, WA)
- Western Interstate Energy Board
- Washington International Education Council
- Washington International Educational Center
Samples in periodicals archive:
Summary: Microsoft Gulf today announced the beta availability of its new web browser, Windows Internet Explorer 9 (IE9).
Microsoft has released Windows Internet Explorer 9 Beta, the latest version of the popular Web browser.
The Historian option package enables the controller to be connected to any PC running Windows Internet Explorer.
com IT security company Sophos has warned Windows Internet Explorer users of malware that exploits a security vulnerability which has not yet been patched by Microsoft.
INTERNET BUSINESS NEWS-(C)1995-2005 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD IT security company Sophos has warned Windows Internet Explorer users of malware that exploits a security vulnerability which has not yet been patched by Microsoft.
Using any wireless, Windows CE-based PDA, you fire up Windows Internet Explorer, enter the URL for the 4C application, and then enter your user ID.