Internet Explorer 9 Beta Launch Event, San Francisco

How will new features such as Pinned Sites and tear-off tabs work? What companies has Microsoft partnered with? How will performance upgrades such as hardware-accelerated HTML5 support speed things up and optimize the user experience?



September 14, 2010

To answer these questions and give the world an inside look at the latest version of Internet Explorer, Microsoft hosted an event in San Francisco Wednesday for the launch of Internet Explorer 9 Beta. The interactive event featured numerous visual displays and demonstrations to walk attendees through some of the most highly anticipated new features of Internet Explorer 9.

For those who weren’t able to make it to San Francisco, no problem. Just walk through this Internet Explorer 9 slide show to see images of the event and top features of Microsoft’s latest browser.

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