Internet Explorer Product Guide
With Windows® Internet Explorer® 9, your websites look and perform as if they were native to Microsoft®Windows. Today’s websites and browsers only use ten percent of what your PC offers, but with Internet Explorer9 you can tap into the power of your whole PC so your websites shine. You can take full advantage of your PC’shardware through Windows, and enjoy graphically rich and immersive experiences that are as fast and responsiveas native applications installed on your PC. With a new, streamlined experience, you can focus on the websites youlove with a clean look that integrates seamlessly with Windows 7. A robust set of built-in security, privacy, andreliability technologies keeps you safer and your browsing experience uninterrupted. Web developers also getsupport for HTML5 and modern web standards that take advantage of the graphics processing unit (GPU) meansthat the same markup not only works across the web, but runs faster and delivers a richer experience throughWindows and Internet Explorer 9. This guide describes new features in Internet Explorer 9, highlighting the top
features, and provides additional information about features specic for end users, developers, and
IT professionals. Read on to learn more about how Internet Explorer 9 unlocks the Beauty of the Web(www.beautyoftheweb.com).
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