Microsoft has put significant effort in the development of their latest browser for Windows to reverse the fortunes and put a brake on the rapidly decreasing market share as compared to the two big guns in the Internet browser arena namely: Firefox and Google Chrome. If it does succeeds to reverse the fortunes for Microsoft or not ? – only time will tell, but one thing is for sure that they have introduced some desperately required feature in the latest release. Key new features include the extensive support for the HTML 5 standard, ability to pin the webpages to the taskbar in Windows 7, as well as the support for hardware acceleration using the Direct X technology and it’s implementation is one of the best we have seen so far. Finally, Internet Explorer also includes a much revamped interface to compete with the likes of Google Chrome and Firefox 4.0.
Now finally Microsoft has made the final version of the Internet Explorer 9 publically available. You can get the Internet Explorer 9 from any of the following URLs:
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