Counting the seconds remaining until the release of Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) Beta? You’re probably not alone, considering that there already have in excess of 2.5 million downloads of the browser when it was in developer preview mode, namely not really a full browser.
Come September 15th, and the Beauty of the Web launch event in San Francisco, IE9 will take a major step in its evolution, and one that will bring with it major advances across the table, from modern web standards support, to enhanced performance, improved UX, etc.
Recent information made public by Microsoft Russia revealed that IE9 Beta will kick up a notch the navigation experience from a redesigned UI to augmented tabbed browsing.
It’s extremely interesting to give some extra thought on the details shared by the Redmond company, inadvertently, and still not confirmed officially, navigation-wise.
Granted, the automated translation from Russian, performed by tools such as Google Translate or the Bing Translator is bound not to be fully accurate. Still, the details are better than nothing.
Full read: Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) Navigation on Steroids, from the UI to Tabs - Softpedia