Microsoft has released the latest version of its Internet Explorer. It is free online now.It has just released around the world,” a booming voice told a cheering crowd at 11:00 pm Monday .It was available for download in 30 languages at beautyoftheweb.com.
According to the Microsoft corporate vice president Dean Hachamovitch “We took a dramatically different tack,” he continued. “It’s a really good day for the Web.”
IE9 is built to make the most of Microsoft’s latest operating system, Windows 7, as well as graphics processing chips that can power videos, games and graphics.It have adapted websites to IE9 includes Facebook, Twitter, Pandora, Hulu, and Yahoo!, according to Microsoft.
“We have worked with partners reaching a billion active Internet users,” Hachamovitch said. “All of these partners are using IE9 to make a more beautiful Web, starting today.”
According to Microsoft”More than 40 million copies of IE9 have already been downloaded up to its official release”. Microsoft showed off a lean, muscular new Internet Explorer crafted to spotlight slick websites and beat back competition from Firefox and Google.Microsoft director of web services strategy Ari Bixhorn booted up an Apple MacBook Pro laptop running the latest version of Firefox for a side-by-side comparison.
IE 9 is included in Windows software, and the operating system remains at a core of Microsoft’s software empire.It promised to be another hit release for Microsoft, which has had market success with the Windows 7 operating system and the Kinect motion-sensing controller accessory for Xbox 360 video game consoles.A laptop powered by Windows and using IE9 smoothly zipped through cascading images illustrating top tunes at a radio station website while the competition appeared to be much slower.