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And Then There Was 9…IE9

And Then There Was 9…IE9

IE9So recently there has been some buzz about the new Internet Explorer that will be coming out in the near to distant future (no real launch date yet). Yes Internet Explorer might just be catching up with the times. IE9 previews have been opened to the public and things look promising.

Internet Explorer 9 is boasting improved graphic capability, faster load/run times, and next gen HTML 5 competence (of course everything a browser should have).  IE9’s improved graphics range from full (to near full) CSS3 selector/attribute support to added color profiles.  Speed improvements were made to make the user’s hardware work better for them. Faster Javascript run times and accelerated text and video rendering are some of the speed improvements IE has made to their latest installment. HTML 5 support will give developers the tools necessary to help launch design and development into the future.

Of course these are general improvements that Internet Explorer has been given. Plus IE9 is still in a preview/development phase that will still take some time to tweak to a beta release. And we all know how we love to get our hands on a beta release so we can talk smack about what is still wrong with it.

Till that day comes keep up-to-date on the full line of what IE9 has to offer by going to their preview site: Here you can find a list of demos and test ratings that IE9 is currently getting.

The real question is, “Will this finally mean the end of IE6 for good? Will its eternal hold over some designers out there finally end with the birth of IE9?” I would hope so. I’ve long set that ship sailing and you should have too.

Kristen Bachmeier
Kristen Bachmeier
Kristen Bachmeier is Atilus' Director of Operations and helps to oversee all client accounts and day-to-day operations. Kristen also has a background in digital marketing, and has been working in the digital marketing space since 2012.

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