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Internet Explorer 9 Beta launch date confirmedBy Tom Manners 13 August 2010 | Categories: news
Microsoft officially announced today that it would be releasing the Beta version of Internet Explorer 9 on September the 15th.
According to Microsoft’s official blog “starting today, a select group of VIP web developers, designers, bloggers and press begin receiving their invitations to an event we’re holding in San Francisco on September 15th to celebrate the Beauty of the Web and to mark the launch of the IE9 Beta.”
As the largest browser on the web in terms of market share, the technology community is waiting with bated breath to find out just what Microsoft has been up to in recent months.
Thus far it has been confirmed that Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) will feature complete support for CSS3 in all sectors, which should results in faster browsing, a revamped graphical solution and extended HTML5 support for videos.
Microsoft is not the only company which will be releasing a Beta version of a new browser this year. Mozilla last week announced the public availability of the highly anticipated Firefox 4 browser, which also brings a number of changes to the platform.
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