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19 Sep 2010   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 Service Pack 1 (Build 6.1.7601)
54 Amazing IE9 Websites You Have to Try

When you have a Ferrari you might want to test drive it on a circuit, where there are none of the limitations of a town street. Well, when you have Internet Explorer 9 Beta you need a “circuit” on which to test it, something more than just your average Internet websites, applications and services.

Somewhere where you could really go “pedal to the metal” on IE9. Where the browser will show just what it is capable of.

Fortunately enough, a wide range of such sites designed for Internet Explorer 9 already exist, with a plethora of Microsoft partners introducing new IE9-related web projects with the launch of the Beta on September 15th, 2010.

The Beauty of the Web launch event for IE9 Beta earlier this week was a real show of force from Microsoft partners.

At the bottom of the screen I included a range of photos from the partner section of the event. Below you will also be able to find a list of links with some amazing IE9 websites from the software giant’s Beauty of the Web event.

Source: 54 Amazing IE9 Websites You Have to Try - Softpedia

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19 Sep 2010   #2
Joan Archer

Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 32 bit/Windows 8.1 64bit

Thanks Crispy, I've just spent the last ˝ hr watching Discovery and Deadliest Catch clips from your links.
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19 Sep 2010   #3


Some pretty fun sites on there, but now IE9 is released, HTML5 just seems to fuel the browser wars even more. All it is at the moment is Microsoft and Google showcasing optimised HTML5 things for their own browsers. You'd think with it being HTML5 it'd work well on any HTML5 enabled browser.
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19 Sep 2010   #4

Windows 7 x64 Ultimate

Heh that's for sure. HTML5 is another MASSIVE complexity to a protocol that STILL has no solid cross browser conformance.

I've not actually looked at the spec myself, but with any luck it'll be a lot more rigid in it's implementation that previously where the entire point was that rendering was left up to the renderer, everything fast and loose. Unfortnately no one that wrote websites WANTED that and solid structure was later tacked on, and not very well.

Maybe this time around this latest set of complex addons have been "done right" from the start, at the spec level.

I have no idea, but we'll probably soon find out...
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