Friday, February 6, 2009

Microsoft announced IE 8 release candidate

Microsoft has just pushed live its Release Candidate for Internet Explorer 8, the latest update to the world’s most widely used web browser. The release is only for Windows Vista, XP. You can download it here.
Some new features--the ability to see a list of your recently closed tabs whenever you open a browser window, which makes it easy to reopen pages that you may have accidentally closed without having to resort to your web history. Accelerators, which let you act on snippits of text using shortcuts found under the right-click menu (for example, you could right click on an address and look it up on Live Maps). And the “porn mode” (dubbed InPrivate), which lets users browse the web without having to worry about leaving any history or cookies behind. Read more.

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