Microsoft's Windows Summit released five new video sessions. The sessions highlight the releases of Internet Explorer 9. The Window Summit hosts introductory videos for software and hardware developers who want to build solutions on the Windows 7 and Internet Explorer platforms.
"For those not familiar, the Windows Summit is designed for people who engineer and test Windows PCs, devices, and software or who want to build solutions with IE9. In addition, the Windows Summit provides an introduction to Windows programs and requirements, core scenarios, and key best practices."
"Hear firsthand from Corporate VP for IE Dean Hachamovitch on how IE9's Beta feedback contributed to the IE9's many improvements in the final release. You can also find out about all of the new features in the three separate feature update videos. These videos cover everything from IE9's performance improvements, to supporting the same markup changes in IE9, to IE9's site-centric design that gives you maximum real estate for your websites," stated Microsoft.
See all the videos embedded below:
Introducing Internet Explorer 9:
Internet Explorer 9 Feature Updates:
Internet Explorer 9 Feature Updates II:
Internet Explorer 9 Feature Updates III: