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Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 beta released!

Microsoft has called upon the internet users to have a go on there newly launched Internet Explorer 9 beta version. Microsoft released its fourth and final Platform Preview of Internet Explorer 9 for developers Aug. 4,.

This Preview features native JavaScript integration and fully hardware-accelerated HTML5, among other features.

“The fourth Platform Preview of Internet Explorer 9, available now, shows the opportunity of fully hardware-accelerated HTML5,” Dean Hachamovitch, general manager of Internet Explorer, wrote in an Aug. 4 posting on the Windows Internet Explorer Weblog. “You can run new test drive samples that show modern SVG and native JavaScript integration in action… With this installment, you will find more performance and more support for the same markup.” By integrating the JavaScript engine directly into the browser, apparently, IE9 achieves speeds greater than its predecessors.

This will be really good if it actually works. Microsoft products though adopted worldwide, has a long history of hacking. Microsoft had earlier acknowledged the risk of hacking incidents that involved in the previous version of IE including Internet Explorer 7 . Microsoft vows that they have developed  the new browser in a better way to help avoid any hacking risk.

The IE 9 most disappointing part is that IE 9 cannot be tested by the users who use Windows XP. If you are a user of Windows 7 or Windows Vista, then you can try the new Internet Explorer 9  by CLICKING HERE

If you already tried it, then do share your experience with us

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