After months of beta testing, the Release Candidate version of Internet Explorer 9 is now available for the public to download. With over 25 million beta testers who helped out with the testing process, Microsoft has deemed the latest version of their internet browser ready for public consumption. What’s new in this version of IE, you ask? Performance improvements, cleaner user interface, better tab management control, tear off tab features, thumbnail preview controls, enhanced pinning options, One Box – search and enter addresses in the same text box, and fewer notifications just to name a few. IE 9 also increases the browser’s security with Tracking Protection – the ability to stop sites from tracking your activity to keep your information private, ActiveX Filtering to let you block ActiveX content, and more. I could go on, but it would only bore you, why not head over to the download site to get your hands on the browser and try it out yourself?
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