Microsoft know that they need to do something with their IE browser following a number of setbacks with some of its older versions. The software giant has been working on Internet Explorer 9 and hopes to be able to regain its huge market share that it once had – before the likes of Firefox and new boy, Google Chrome started eating away at it.
Yesterday was the MIX10 Microsoft developer conference and gave the company a chance to show the preview code for IE9. The new browser has a number of goals that it needs to achieve to become relevant; these include HTML 5, improved speed, SVG (scalable vector graphics) amongst others.
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