Microsoft today made available IE9 RC. In the video, Ari Bixhorn show us five new user experience features: From pinning multiple tabs to the expanded site space within IE9, you'll see a few of our favorite visual enhancements in the Release Candidate.
First look at 5 features of IE9 RC:
In this video, Bixhorn shows us a demo of the impact of hardware acceleration on text and layout rendering within a web browser. It highlights the differences in overall performance between IE9 RC and the latest release of Chrome 9.
Head2Head Performance with IE9 RC:
An overview of three new Test Drive demos shipping alongside the IE9 RC. Preschool, Maze Solver and City of Videos highlight different aspects of browser performance using hardware acceleration.
A look at three performance demos for IE 9 RC:
Bixhorn shows us a demo that brings together hardware accelerated graphics, complex layout, videos, and audio to illustrate the type of user experiences now possible with HTML5.
IE9 RC Performance Demo
Andy Zeigler, Senior PM, lets us know the why and how behind the design of Ie9’s privacy tracking protection feature which released today as a new feature included in the IE 9 RC
In these videos you can see the performance improvements in the RC for text, layout, HTML5 canvas and video, illustrated through new demos on the IE9 test drive site:
In this video you can see some of these changes that resulted from the feedback you provided:
Here’s a video of how several influential members of this important community are talking about IE9:
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