Microsoft announced the immediate, worldwide availability of Microsoft Internet Explorer version 3.0 beta software for Macintosh, the next generation of its popular World Wide Web browser.
Built for Macintosh from the ground up, Microsoft IE3.0 for Macintosh takes advantage of native Macintosh multimedia and networking technologies, giving users fast, effective performance with as little as 4 MB of memory.
It’s designed to provide high performance while running on mainstream Macintosh hardware. IE3.0 runs on both 68k and Power Mac machines and requires only 4 MB of memory. In addition, advanced features such as Java can be loaded and unloaded only when needed, optimizing performance for the user and making the latest in Web technologies available to the broadest set of users.
IE3.0 for Mac is available for downloading without charge from the Microsoft Web site (connect-time charges may apply).