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Microsoft rolls out IE9

Microsoft has rolled out the latest version of its IE9 web browser at an event at the SXSW Interactive conference. Straddling no less than 39 languages, Internet Explorer 9 downloads hit the 40 million mark within a day of its download, notching up more than two percent usage on Windows 7, Microsoft said.

Internet Explorer 9 features include Pinned Sites and Jump List, which allow people to put websites directly on the Windows 7 Taskbar, imitating native applications, foe easy task management with those sites for commonplace tasks such as checking email inboxes, changing the Internet music station, accept friend invitations or following breaking news.
The new version leverages modern Windows PC hardware to improve Web browsing performance, including hardware-accelerated HTML5 spanning graphics, text, audio and video. Developers, Microsoft said, can build faster, more immersive websites that feel like native applications using HTML5, as well as runtimes such as Adobe Flash Player and Microsoft Silverlight, both of which leverage hardware acceleration in Internet Explorer 9 in their next versions.

For security, IE9 features Tracking Protection by adding Tracking Protection Lists to the browser and partners such as PrivacyChoice, TRUSTe, Abine and Adblock Plus that have already published these lists. IE9's Download Manager is integrated with SmartScreen malware protection that also uses download reputation data to remove unnecessary warnings for well-known files and show more severe warnings when the download has a higher risk of being malicious.


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