It seems that we’ll see Internet Explorer 9 sooner than we think, according to the latest news. After the release candidate of Internet Explorer 9 launched lately, Microsoft has now announced some news about the final release of IE9.


Today we’ve got some good news from Microsoft for all Internet Explorer users out there. Microsoft has just announced that it will launch the final version of Internet Explorer 9 on Monday, March 14th at SxSW in Austin, Texas. Internet Explorer 9 is currently in beta state and it focuses on HTML 5 and on web performance, as well as on graphic hardware acceleration. With more than 2 million downloads of its release candidate thus far, we’re assuming that Internet Explorer 9 final will be quite a hit when it reaches its finalised version on Monday – perfect timing for the IE6 Countdown Campaign.

[via Ubergizmo]

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One Response to Internet Explorer 9 arriving on Monday

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    The release I have been looking forward to long and it’s not a minute too soon it comes.
    And not least get rid of users with IE 6, there’s nothing more annoying than having to code a page that works for all browsers. Just to turn around and having to make specific stylesheet for IE 6 users.

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