Internet Explorer 9 Features and Demo set for MIX10

Written By Sam on 18 February 2010
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With the advent of Internet Explorer 8 many users are happy with it’s advanced features which are competent with other browsers like the famous Firefox or the Google Chrome. Microsoft hasn’t stopped just with the small success of IE 8 and they are very much keen on Internet Explorer 9. In the next MIX10 (Las Vegas) event Microsoft is planning to demo its upcoming Internet Explorer 9. Though MS had announced about IE 9 road map at PDC 09, there wasn’t much discussion after that. The new rendering engine for dynamic text and with entirely new code for Internet Explorer 9, it will definitely make a difference for the users.

At PDC 2009 Hachamovitch, General Manager of Internet Explorer Team, and Steven Sinofsky, Windows Division President, both set a kind of roadmap for Internet Explorer 9 and Dean Hachamovitch confirmed that he will be presenting the changes and improvements made to Internet Explorer 9 sine PDC 2009 at MIX10. New support for Direct2D rendering and the improved support and functionality with Silverlight are the main areas most of the developers are interested to know about IE 9.

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