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Internet Explorer 9 beta, well worth a try

Internet Explorer, the web browser known to give us nightmares is back. IE had more flaws than features, limited addons, low speed, lack of support for web standards, no download manager, faulty Save actions and many more. IE7 and IE8 were good but yesteryear’s browsers, copies of more feature rich browsers already available. They provided too little too late. Finally the guys at Microsoft have pulled off a great show. In the newly furbished IE 9 you can find speed, ease of use, better addon support, a download manager, HTML 5 support, full CSS3 support and many more. On my test machine it outdid both Firefox and Opera (without any steroids) with ease. It also provides additional graphics rendering using hardware acceleration, making web animations look flawless.

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The default look of IE9

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The Download Manger

Pros :

Cons

Streamlined design

Basic Support HTML5

Pinned Sites Compatibility issues
Download Manager Time taking installation
Enhanced tabs Download Manager has limited resume support
New Tab page Page load status not shown by default
Search in the address bar  
Notification Bar  
Add-on Performance Advisor  
Hardware acceleration  

 

dlNowGrn Download Link

Or click here

http://download.cnet.com/Internet-Explorer-Windows-7-32-bit/3000-2356_4-10497433.html

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