IE9 Pushes Forward With RC Release
By David Needle | Article Published February 10, 2011
Microsoft says it's ready to take on all comers with its IE9 browser. The latest release includes privacy, performance and user interface improvements.
Tags: security, Microsoft, IE9, Release Candidate, Internet Explorer 9
Google Makes Chrome Browser More Enterprise Friendly
By David Needle | Article Published December 15, 2010
MS Installer will let IT departments easily deploy Chrome alongside other browsers.
Tags: Google, enterprise software, Google Apps, Chrome browser, IE9
Internet Explorer 9 to Offer Greater Privacy
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published December 09, 2010
The forthcoming browser will allow surfers to prevent advertisers from collecting their profile information.
Tags: security, Internet Explorer, privacy, IE9, advertising
Most IE9 Testers Are Running the Beta on Windows 7
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published November 02, 2010
Latest Web analytics show XP use continues to slip, while Windows 7 continues its success.
Tags: browsers, Microsoft, IE, IE9, operating systems
Internet Explorer 9's New Features
By Eric Geier | Article Published October 06, 2010
With a beta version of the upcoming Internet Explorer 9 available for download, it's time to explore the newest IE features.
Tags: Internet Explorer, Windows 7, IE9, download, IE8
IE Usage Continues Steady Decline: Report
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published October 05, 2010
The pressure is on Microsoft to make IE9 the best version yet, even as the browser's fortunes continue to wane.
Tags: Firefox, Google, Microsoft, IE, IE9
Internet Explorer 9 Beta Takes Off with a Bang
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published September 21, 2010
Microsoft claims two million downloads in just the first two days after the new browser's beta debut last week.
Tags: browsers, Microsoft, Internet Explorer, IE9, browser security
Internet Explorer 9 Snubs Windows XP Users
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published September 17, 2010
The new Microsoft browser, which entered beta test Wednesday, takes advantage of hardware graphics acceleration in Windows and new PCs, but won't run on Windows XP, despite the venerable operating system's continued popularity.
Tags: browsers, Microsoft, Windows XP, IE9, browser security
Microsoft Debuts Beta of Internet Explorer 9
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published September 16, 2010
Using the theme "the beauty of the Web," Microsoft kicks off the beginning of beta testing for Internet Explorer 9.
Tags: Microsoft, Internet Explorer, IE9, Browers, Internet Explorer 9
Microsoft Ships Last IE9 Preview Before Beta Release
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published August 05, 2010
As the public beta test of Internet Explorer 9 approaches, Microsoft touts the progress it's made getting the browser ready for its first close up with users.
Tags: Windows, Microsoft, IE, IE9, Browers
Microsoft: Latest IE9 Preview More Compatible
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published May 06, 2010
Working to ensure that IE9 is popular with developers before it's even in beta test, the software titan announces the second platform preview of the upcoming browser.
Tags: browsers, Microsoft, Internet Explorer, IE, IE9