Review: Internet Explorer 9 - in pictures

2/10

Stripped back uncluttered user interface presentation

Stripped back uncluttered user interface presentation

As the line between traditional applications and online web service-driven apps continues to blur, Microsoft has gone to pains to try and create a browser that acts as much like a normal offline piece of 'software' as possible.

 

After almost exactly two years, Microsoft is finally ready to move to the next version of its web browser with Internet Explorer 9 progressing from public beta to its full-blown release candidate. Promising streamlined design, fewer dialogue boxes to click through and more intuitive navigation, IE9 is distinguished by the fact that it is not tied to any major iteration of the Windows operating system. In terms of system requirements IE9 demands Windows Vista 32-bit with Service Pack 2 (SP2) or higher - or Windows 7. It also requires 512 MB of memory and 70 MB of hard drive space for a successful 32-bit installation.
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