Microsoft has posted its first release candidate for Internet Explorer 9: can IE9 capture momentum back from the likes of Chrome and Firefox?
It seems hard to believe, but of all the major browsers, Internet Explorer 9 came out as the clear winner on HTML5 compliance.
Google developers claim they've already seen Chrome 7 outpace its predecessor by a factor of 60 in some instances, thanks in part to hardware acceleration.
Finally! Adobe offers 64-bit Flash as a beta plugin.
Internet Explorer 9 is lean, powerful, and fast, just like the new Microsoft. Could the new browser herald the age of a reborn Microsoft?
Microsoft’s latest browser introduces some truly innovative new features. Here’s what’s new in Internet Explorer 9.
Microsoft's Internet Explorer 9 offers performance and security enhancements, HTML5 and standards supports, and major interface changes.
Google Chrome Web browser continues to outpace rivals Firefox and Opera, forcing Microsoft’s IE8 below 60 percent of the market.
A publicly available platform preview demonstrates Microsoft's strides toward speed, compatibility and new features.
Microsoft looks to rise to the challenge issued by Mozilla, Google, Opera, and others, and make Internet Explorer 9 a Web browsing success.