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IE Standards Support Beyond IE9.
Microsoft is currently hard at work laboring to produce the next iteration of Internet Explorer, namely IE9. At the Professional Developers Conference 2009 in Los Angeles the past year, the software giant promised that with the advent of Internet Explorer 9, it would kick up a notch standards support. However, in terms of standards support, the Redmond company is doing much more than simply building the successor of Internet Explorer 8. The Internet Explorer Conformance Documentation is now available via MSDN, but also up for grabs via the Microsoft Download Center.
IE Standards Support Beyond IE9 (Internet Explorer 9) - Internet Explorer Conformance Documentation now available - Softpedia
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