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The final, consumer-ready Internet Explorer 9 is available for download starting at 9:00 PM PDT at www.BeautyOfTheWeb.com in 39 languages. With this set of browser releases, the best experience of the Web is on Windows. IE9 shows how your Web experience and browser are only as good as the operating system they run on:
Fast. With IE9, the Web delivers a new level of performance by unlocking the power of the PC hardware through Windows.
Clean. With IE9, consumers can keep sites at the center of their browsing experience, pinning them to the taskbar and interacting with them the same way they do applications.
Trusted. IE9 offers industry-leading protections (like SmartScreen) for the real-world threats (such as malicious sites and phishing scams) that consumers face every day on a sometimes-hostile Web.
Interoperable. With hardware-accelerated HTML5, developers can use the same markup across browsers to deliver a new class of Web experiences that feel more like apps than sites.
Upon installing this IE9, it disabled all my background programs including MS Security Essentials which was bizarre
To everyone claiming that Chrome should be labeled spyware or that "big brother" is watching you... do any of you have a single bit of proof that this is the case?
To everyone claiming that Chrome should be labeled spyware or that "big brother" is watching you... do any of you have a single bit of proof that this is the case? Chrome is built from the open source Chromium project, so can any of you point at a specific piece of the code and say "See, right here is where it's spying on you"? If not, then you're just spreading rumors with no basis in fact.
Chrome should be labeled spyware.
Not that I really care or have anything to hide, but the Orwelian side of computers has always scared me:
So along the same lines I am seriously tempted by the new phone Nexus1