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We invited the Internet Explorer team to walk us through some of the new features and highlights of the Internet Explorer 9 Beta. You can find more preview videos here.

Mirko Mandic, Program Manager for Internet Explorer, looking at how Internet Explorer’s new User Interface elevates web content over browser’s commands and empowers sites to shine more clearly than ever before.  More information about Internet Explorer 9 Beta is available at http://www.beautyoftheweb.com.

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    gatapia

    All well and good but what database will IE 9 support. All other (major) browsers now have working web sql or indexed db implementations.  IE was rumored to support indexed db approach but this is strangely missing from any IE 9 marketing material.  Hardware acceleration and pretty flashing things are all well and good but there is a hell of a lot of business centric features that are required in the next version of web (db, web workers, sockets, etc).  Please update us on these.  Tnx

     

    Guido

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    USArcher

    I find myself enabling the Favorites Bar, it makes for a better touch experience.  I do wish that the Favorites fly-out menu actually filled the whole window and had a touch friendly, large icon/grid layout.  If that was available, I wouldn't use the Favorites Bar. 

    I also strongly feel that the IE team should enhance Pinned Site concept to display webslices and/or rss headlines from the taskbar without requiring an active browser session.

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     I do wish that the Favorites fly-out menu actually filled the whole window and had a touch friendly, large icon/grid layout.  IE was rumored to support indexed db approach but this is strangely missing from any IE 9 marketing material.

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    dizi bölümleri

    Thanks a lot of, iexplorer 9 good !

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