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Internet Explorer 9 Takes Off

By Don Reisinger  |  Posted 09-23-2010 Print

Security concerns, new product launches, changing market dynamics and rumors everywhere. Just a typical week for the CIO?

Internet Explorer 9 is now available in beta. And already the browser is performing well. In fact, millions of folks have downloaded it so far, and most reviewers are quite happy with it. The browser includes a revamped design, new security functions, and much faster page-loading times than previous iterations. It's a major update over Internet Explorer 8.

The CIO Insight

Chances are, you're not allowing Internet Explorer 9 to run on any corporate computers just yet. And that's understandable. But once Internet Explorer 9 leaves beta, and assuming it will be compatible with your legacy products, it might be worth trying out at your company. The browser is arguably the best version of Internet Explorer Microsoft has ever released.


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