A look at three performance demos for IE 9 Release Candidate

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An overview of three new Test Drive demos shipping alongside the Internet Explorer 9 Release Candidate. Preschool, Maze Solver and City of Videos highlight different aspects of browser performance using hardware acceleration.

To get the latest version of Internet Explorer 9, visit: http://ie.microsoft.com/testdrive/ 

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    The Discussion

    • Mr Crash
      Btw are the source code for these tests open source so we can verify they are not specialized for IE ( you have cheated before so i have to ask )
    • d

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      2 hours ago, Mr Crash wrote

      Btw are the source code for these tests open source so we can verify they are not specialized for IE ( you have cheated before so i have to ask ) [/quote]
       
      uh, yeah... afterall it's just HTML5 and javascript. 

    • Mr Crash
      @d: Obviously I'm not a web developer.... Tongue Out
    • bjd223

      HTML5 and Javascript are both client side technology. To see whats going on just open the page and go to "view source".

    • antony

      it's not special Everyone can show as IE show. as MSFT say this Mozilla and Chrome can say same as IE show. so can you compare them overall.
      IE9 is great but still have losse  concept of customization so still Chrome and Firefox is better option for better web experience. if some developer want to make plugin for IE why they make when they know they got nothing and nothing user have when they deploy the plugin for IE. the thing they hate is that they work for free and they know first is customization in IE only can be used by W7 user so they want to spread their customization and good thing out their IE.
      Well IE9 is appreciateable but i personally not like them
       
      Thanks

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