In the latest Windows Update, Microsoft prompts users of Internet Explorer using Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 to make an “important choice” of choosing their web browser. The move is part of a settlement with the European Commission.
Along with the three Windows 7 versions I told about along with the announced OS pricing, there will be two different versions for the UK consumers, Windows 7 E and Windows 7 N.
The OS with an “E” won’t have a browser installed by default i. e Internet Explorer 8. And Windows 7 N will don’t come with a media player installed i.e Windows Media Player 12.
Internet Explorer 8, which Microsoft has put into beta testing since more than a year now, has finally released a few minutes ago!
Microsoft has made sure everything goes on well, and has come out with the fastest Internet Explorer ever. Lots of performance improvements and security updates have been made. I’d recommend everyone to give it a try once!
Microsoft’s new OS Windows 7 is packed with Internet Explorer 8 beta, which the blogosphere reviewed it, criticized it and tagged it as another crap from Microsoft. Many people liked new added features with its Windows XP compatible versions and updated their existing IE to IE8.
But now if you want to uninstall IE8 Beta and want to roll back to your previous version then simply follow these steps:
Microsoft has just released an update to the next version of its web browser, Internet Explorer 8 (IE8) Release Candidate 1 (RC1).
Just a couple of days ago I shared links to a leaked version of IE8 RC1, and here we are with the official release from Microsoft.
Yesterday only we heard news of Microsoft releasing Internet Explorer 8 RC1 in the next few days.
But it looks like, some people can’t even wait that much and have leaked the first Release Candidate (RC1) version of Internet Explorer 8.
Windows 7 Beta has been unleashed and people has started reporting its nice and easy to use features. This beta version got some revamped beta applications as well including Internet Explorer 8.
It has been revamped fully to withstand with other competitive browsers, especially Firefox. Lets have a look over some of the nice features to look forward in final IE 8 release.
With the release of Internet Explorer 8, many IE fans started using it as IE8 is much much more faster and secure than its predecessors. But that brought another headache for web-designers who have to test their design in every browser.
And since every IE version has major changes in its rendering engine, sometimes a web page looks different in every Internet Explorer. That really is frustrating because you can have only one IE installed in your PC.
Internet Explorer 8 Beta 2 was released a couple of days ago, and it brought many new interesting features and improvements over IE7. But since it is still in beta, just like all other beta products of Microsoft, IE8 is also very buggy and people have been complaining about crashes and high memory usage.
Since users who like their daily-to-use applications to be stable and bug-free, would like to uninstall Internet Explorer 8. Below you can how you can uninstall IE8 in Windows XP and Vista.