Microsoft has released the first public beta version of web browser Internet Explorer 9. With a bunch of new functions, like HTML5 support, GPU acceleration and a new and cleaner interface Microsoft hopes to turn the negative trend it has been going through over the last few years.
A beta version of Internet Explorer 9 can be downloaded for regular users and even if the development isn’t finished Microsoft thinks it has come long enough to let regulars try the new application.
The new interface is slimmer to make better use of the space available and offers a new tab system, a combined address and search field and can start up your favorite websites without the actual browser.
Microsoft has released Internet Explorer 9 beta for Windows 7. Download from Microsoft’s website.