Internet Explorer 9 released
Earlier today, Microsoft released the next version of their web browser. Numerous improvements come with this release, along with a redesigned UI, support for HTML5, a new “Do Not track” feature and much more. After having used it since the release, I can say one thing for sure. You will definitely notice the pages loading faster and performing better. It’s great to see that they have improved the browser overall. Another nice addition is the ability to import Tracking Protection lists. A recommended list is the EasyPrivacy from the people who continue to maintain the EasyList.
There are a lot of improvements to Internet Explorer 9, including pinned websites that integrate with the Windows 7 taskbar, jumplist support, a new tab layout page, a redesigned notification system to alert users of downloads and add-ons, a SmartScreen filter and more. With all these great fixes, updates and features, we strongly urge everyone on Windows Vista and Windows 7 to update to Internet Explorer 9. To help, we’ll have the download links below.
Windows 7: x86 version | x64 version
Windows Vista: x86 version | x64 version