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Internet explorer 9 - out 9pm PT (5am GMT)

nicster08 Avatar
5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months ago
IE9 is officially launched at 9pm Pacific Time (5am GMT)

You can get it at http://www.beautyoftheweb.com

Sorry if it's already been posted!
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5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months ago
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1 Like #1
banned 3 Likes #2
People still use IE?
banned#3
only available for vista and windows 7 typical microsoft.oO
1 Like #4
DJ1
People still use IE?


sometimes... I mainly use chrome
#5
TheSnowman
only available for vista and windows 7 typical microsoft.oO
please tell me you still do not use a 12 year old OS, getting the latest ie is the least of your worries.
banned#6
jackvdbuk
TheSnowman
only available for vista and windows 7 typical microsoft.oO
please tell me you still do not use a 12 year old OS, getting the latest ie is the least of your worries.


I cant afford windows 7 and i hate Vista
2 Likes #7
IE ftw, chrome sucks ass
1 Like #8
Have had the beta version for a couple of months - stick to 8 in my opinion
#9
i installed it and removed it straight away.
#10
joeprosho
IE ftw, chrome sucks ass


Firefox is clearly the way to go, new one is coming out and it beats all the others easily. I only keep IE for activeX.
banned#11
bigfoot100
joeprosho
IE ftw, chrome sucks ass


Firefox is clearly the way to go, new one is coming out and it beats all the others easily. I only keep IE for activeX.


prefer chrome myself
#12
bigfoot100
joeprosho
IE ftw, chrome sucks ass

Firefox is clearly the way to go, new one is coming out and it beats all the others easily. I only keep IE for activeX.

i dont like change, its as simple as that
banned 1 Like #13
I love IE9

Its a lot better then IE8
#14
Firefox is very good, but they keep adding things, with the new IE and chrome, theyve built them from the ground up so they only include whats nessesary making for fast browsing

and also ive installed a fair share of add ons for FF slowing it down
#15
I've been running IE9 Beta then RC for months and find it really good, can be a bit glitchy at times but switching to compatibility view generally fixes most issues. Some good options in there if you run multiple monitors
#16
kiwikeen
I've been running IE9 Beta then RC for months and find it really good, can be a bit glitchy at times but switching to compatibility view generally fixes most issues. Some good options in there if you run multiple monitors


Also, I have been using it on one of my machines for a couple of months, and its ok but where is "Ctrl + F" option gone, i want to search the text inside sometimes and cant seem to do it???

dcx_badass
kiwikeen
I've been running IE9 Beta then RC for months and find it really good, can be a bit glitchy at times but switching to compatibility view generally fixes most issues. Some good options in there if you run multiple monitors




Tell me more.

+1
#17
Kept crashing on Vista. Uninstalled within hours.
#18
Chuckles1001
kiwikeen
I've been running IE9 Beta then RC for months and find it really good, can be a bit glitchy at times but switching to compatibility view generally fixes most issues. Some good options in there if you run multiple monitors




Also, I have been using it on one of my machines for a couple of months, and its ok but where is "Ctrl + F" option gone, i want to search the text inside sometimes and cant seem to do it???



dcx_badass
kiwikeen
I've been running IE9 Beta then RC for months and find it really good, can be a bit glitchy at times but switching to compatibility view generally fixes most issues. Some good options in there if you run multiple monitors








Tell me more.


+1


Ctrl + F works fine for me in IE9 with windows 7.
#19
dh058977
Chuckles1001
kiwikeen
I've been running IE9 Beta then RC for months and find it really good, can be a bit glitchy at times but switching to compatibility view generally fixes most issues. Some good options in there if you run multiple monitors








Also, I have been using it on one of my machines for a couple of months, and its ok but where is "Ctrl + F" option gone, i want to search the text inside sometimes and cant seem to do it???







dcx_badass
kiwikeen
I've been running IE9 Beta then RC for months and find it really good, can be a bit glitchy at times but switching to compatibility view generally fixes most issues. Some good options in there if you run multiple monitors
















Tell me more.




+1




Ctrl + F works fine for me in IE9 with windows 7.


I am using IE9 on Windows 7 Premium, can you check the IE9 version number for me? I am using version number 9.0.8080.16413 and it def does not work :(
#20
Thats the same version number as mine and same version of windows 7. Very strange!
#21
dcx_badass
The Therapist
Kept crashing on Vista. Uninstalled within hours.


You're using Vista, surely that's the least of your worries.



Also you weren't using the final version.




Vista came pre-installed on my PC when I purchased it. Wasn't going to keep it due to lots of reported bugs & issues but got to like it. Never really had any problems using Vista though and to be fair, only IE9 RC has been the only program that has not been compatible. May try the final version again soon.

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