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Thursday, September 16, 2010

Internet Explorer 9 to support RSS, CSS, and Ajax

Microsoft released a new beta version of it default web browser Internet Explorer yesterday.  The new version is called IE9 that is compatible with as well as Windows vista 32bit and windows 7 32bit. It is bad news for the Windows XP professional users that will support.

Internet Explorer is the most popular web browser of the world. More than 51 percent usage share of web browsers is under the control of IE and the new version expected to increase the usage. The new IE9 is perhaps committed to provide ease of use, and improvements in RSS, CSS, and Ajax support that was lack in the previous version.

The developers kept sharp eyes on the four important issues so that the new version would be faster, clean, trusted and Interoperable.

Fast: Internet Explorer is all-around fast. Designed to take full advantage of your PC’s hardware through Windows, Internet Explorer delivers graphically rich and immersive experiences that are as fast and responsive as native applications installed on your PC.

* Clean: Internet Explorer puts the focus on the Web sites you love with a clean look and increased viewing area that makes your Web sites shine. Intuitive and seamless integration with Windows 7 provides one-click access to Web applications pinned directly to your Taskbar.

* Trusted: Internet Explorer is the trusted way to the Web because it has a robust set of built-in security, privacy and reliability technologies that keep you safer and your browsing experience uninterrupted.

* Interoperable: Support for HTML5 and modern Web standards architected to take advantage of the GPU means that the same mark-up not only works across the Web, but runs faster and delivers a richer experience through Windows and Internet Explorer.

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