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  • Microsoft Launches Internet Explorer 9 Beta Release with Child-friendly Security Features and Applications

    Keep the family and your kids from unsafe websites, infected files and more with the newly launched beta release of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 9.
  • Microsoft recently showcased the new capabilities and enhancements of Windows Internet Explorer 9 (IE9), following the recent announcement of its worldwide beta availability. The new browser delivers a fast, clean, trusted and interoperable online experience that takes full advantage of Windows 7, putting the focus on the sites and applications people, especially parents, care about.

    Users can now download the new Internet Explorer 9 Beta and experience many of these new sites at http://www.BeautyoftheWeb.com.

    Internet Explorer 9

    “Internet Explorer 9 uses the power of Windows and the whole PC to bring you a better Web,” said John Bessey, Managing Director, Microsoft Philippines. “Together with our partners, we’re reaching out to over 800 million visitors to deliver a more beautiful Web to users across the globe.”

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    Top Sites: Partners Bring HTML5 to Life With Internet Explorer 9
    Internet Explorer 9 has been re-architected to be the only Web browser to focus on bringing sites front and center through Windows 7, enabling a new class of experiences on the Web with partners.

    The partners at the recently-held Beauty of the Web event, which collectively reach over 800 million visitors daily, include these:
    •    The top four social networking sites: Facebook, MySpace, LinkedInand Netlog
    •    Twitter, the largest real-time information-sharing service
    •    The No. 1 sites for retail (Amazon.com), auction (eBay) and entertainment information (IMDB)
    •    The leading European entertainment network (RTL) and the top brand and portal in China (Sohu)
    •    Leading sites in news (CNN, USA Today), search (Bing), travel (Orbitz), movies (Flixster), multimedia (Hulu), music (Gorillaz) and photos (Photobucket)

     

    Click here to read more about Internet Explorer 9's design and browser safety features and applications.

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