The exciting news on the Microsoft Platform is the release of the beta version of Internet Explorer 9.
Yes it is now refreshed and comes with a new set of intuitive features which will appeal to all.
“People go to the Web for sites, not the browser, much as they go to their PC for apps, not Windows.”
That’s what Microsoft Corporate Vice President Dean Hachamovitch told attendees of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer (IE) 9 beta launch in San Francisco this week.
One of the new features is that IE 9 Beta integrates tightly with the desktop and the change is more evident in Windows 7 and that is because the Task Bar acts as an application launcher and that is where the beauty of IE 9 shines.
To read on how to make your website work well with the Task Bar on Windows 7 (a.k.a. make your website an application on Windows 7) see this link.