Internet Explorer 8 is available for the following Windows releases: Windows XP SP2 and SP3, Windows Server 2003 SP2, Windows Server 2008, and Windows Vista (RTM), SP1 and SP2.
With Internet Explorer 8, common tasks on the Web are faster and easier.
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With Windows 7 is coming the options to remove Internet Explorer. It can be turned on or off like a feature in Windows. So far, the versions of Windows came with Microsoft’s browser installed by default, and wasn’t a removal option.
The information comes from a screen capture made by AeroXperience of beta build 7048 of Windows 7, they commented also that to remove IE8 takes two reboots and a configuration step needs to be completed. However, the system works perfectly after this, which is more than can be said of the earlier versions of Windows to be removed IE.
Original image from IE8 Acid2 test. Hope you like it, hope you like the new Firefox 3. Hope you digg this or technor it…
In Dean’s recent Internet Explorer 8 and Acid2: A Milestone post, he highlighted our responsibility to deliver both interoperability (web pages working well across different browsers) and backwards compatibility (web pages working well across different versions of IE). We need to do both, so that IE8 continues to work with the billions of pages on the web today that already work in IE6 and IE7 but also makes the development of the next billion pages (in an interoperable way) much easier. Continuing Dean’s theme, I’d like to talk about some steps we are taking in IE8 to achieve these goals.
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