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Windows 7: Yes, IE9 Is Very Close to RTW / Release

05 Mar 2011   #11
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Continued here: IE9 Final to Launch 14th March

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Good News Thank U , But I think Firefox 4 Beta 12 is marvelous now I'm using it
Visit the link below to see the difference between IE9 & FF4
IE9 vs. Firefox 4
Why in the world would you refer to developers' site for comparisons? Wait till both of them releases their final builds, enough time for judgements after that
I'm sure there will plenty of blog writers posting their own comparisons once both see a final version available. The focus here however will on comparisons seen between IE 8 and 9 that show the improvements to be seen with the new over the present versions.

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so far I can say that IE9 is all right, I still wouldn't use it over Chrome.
Agreed. I'm positive that if I wasn't using Firefox, I would be using Chrome...all before turning to IE.
I've made comparisons with several browsers and one of the ifrst omittd from the list was Chrome due to still being a rather half baked beta looking browser. Opera 11 comes in over both Chrome and FF yet IE 9 will be the one seeing use here for the most part.

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