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Microsoft To Trot out IE9 Release Candidate

It could be available by the time you read this -- but, as your editor is writing this on Wednesday afternoon (yes, the magic happens a day early around here), we can't be sure. Anyway, IE9 is getting closer to being reality...for those who aren't still on XP, of course (as we are here). And check out what Redmond magazine readers had to say about IE9 before you download the RC.

Posted by Lee Pender on 02/10/2011 at 1:23 PM


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