Microsoft has just made the final release of Internet Explorer 9 available for download. The beta of IE 9 has been downloaded over 40 million times already. The final version was supposed to launch on March 14, at 9
am PM PST, and it has.
Internet Explorer has been one of the most abused browsers of all time, especially IE 6. With IE 9, Microsoft has promised to make good with web developers and has embraced most open web standards.
Internet Explorer 8 was quite well received, and even though I use Opera as my primary browser, I still use IE 8 for sites which just don’t work with Opera. I will now be upgrading that with Internet Explorer 9.
To download Internet Explorer 9, just go to this link – Internet Explorer 9 Download
Select the version of IE9 (32-bit or 64-bit) and click on Download Now.
IE 9 offers a much better browsing experience than previous versions, and is also much faster. Here’s a list of the new features IE 9 brings to the table.
Update: Here are some direct download links (Courtesy Win Rumors)
- Windows 7 32-Bit version
- Windows 7 64-Bit version
- Windows Vista 32-Bit version
- Windows Vista 64-Bit version