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August 28, 2008

IE8 available for all now


by David Allen

Microsoft has moved the new Internet Explorer 8 into the second phase.

The first phase was meant for developers, but phase two is where Beta testing gets really interesting because anyone can have a look around.

The IE8 Beta 2 will be available for 32 & 64 bit edition of Vista, XP, Server 2003 and Server 2008 and is also available in several different languages.

What this will mean for IE8 is that anyone interested in its development will be able to post comments and reviews about this browser.

Some of the new features will be a privacy mode, improved security features and so called smart address bar.

However, what computer users are going to be mainly interested in, is how this new browser performs in conjunction with the operating systems.

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