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Internet Explorer 8 beta 1 arrives . . .

By Peter Haigh, in , posted: 22-Mar-2008 10:00

Microsoft have launched the IE 8 beta (aimed of course at developers, designers and keenbeans).  The Windows Internet Explorer 8 Betabiggest move here seems to be better compliance to web standards - which will be great (and long overdue!) I do hope that in final release form it speeds up and can compete with Safari - which i must say is blazingly fast when compared to both IE and Firefox.

Activities and webslices look nifty :)

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