Yes! Internet Explorer 10 Platform Preview 1 just got announced at the MIX11. You can download Internet Explorer 10 from their website!
More coverage and details on the first platform preview version of Internet explorer 10 (IE10) will be posted later. For now, grab the download from below and enjoy the speedy fast IE10.
Internet Explorer 9 RTM is now finally available for download. You can download IE9 from its official website.
The new IE9 has a refreshed UI and has many improvements which has not only made it one of the most faster browsers, it is now also one of the most secure ones.
Microsoft unveiled today the first beta release of Internet Explorer 9 – and it is now available for download.
I haven’t much played with the browser yet, but from my first impressions, it is too buggy for a beta release. If you try to load this website, the Facebook widget in the sidebar won’t even load.
Finally, few screenshots of Microsoftâ€™s upcoming browser interface, Internet Explorer 9, has been leaked. Till now, we had only seen the Internet Explorer 9 Preview build, but now treat your eyes with some cool screenshots of IE9.
A Chinese website has posted IE 9 preview screenshots and said it will use the Metro UI, the same which is used in Zune HD and Windows Phone 7 series interface.
Few months back, at the PDC 2009 in November, Microsoft announced that they will be releasing a newer version of their browser i.e. Internet Explorer 9.
As the second day of MIX10 kicks off, Microsoft unveiled the Internet Explorer 9 Platform Preview build for developers to try and experience how fast is the next IE.
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.
At the day 2 of Microsoft Professional Developers Conference 2009 (PDC09), the Internet Explorer team unveiled Internet Explorer 9, aka IE9, which they have started working on three weeks only, prior to the event.
The early preview build of Internet Explorer 9 was demonstrated by Steven Sinofsky, President of Windows and Windows Live Division.
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!