IE9 Now Available for Consumer Download

Microsoft has announced that the final version (until the updates begin) of Internet Explorer 9 is now available for download. The talking points focus on four areas: Fast, Clean, Trusted, and Interoperable. I know many readers have been using the various pre-final versions of IE9, and I know quite few more folks have basically abandoned IE for other browser alternatives altogether. You can get the download and check it out here on www.beautyoftheweb.com.

So, what are you using for a browser these days? Is it only one browser? Or do you go back and forth between multiple browsers? (As an example I use Chrome primarily but Firefox for some things.) We’d love to know which flavor of browser you’re using, so let us know in comments. Basically we’re too lazy to look in the logs, so let us know.

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  1. GoodThings2Life says

    I’ve been using Internet Explorer 9 and Firefox 4 interchangeably for the past few months. I really like both for different reasons, but I confess that I very much enjoy IE for the first time since IE6 was first released. I have one addon for Firefox that I can’t live without (Feed Sidebar), so if I ever find a way of viewing my RSS feeds that’s as efficient as the addon, I’d probably move away from it now that IE9 is finally a respectable browser again.

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