Wednesday, September 15, 2010
Debut for Internet Explorer 9
On a technical level, the intention of Microsoft to look in the future is clear, as support for HTML5 is one of the pillars on which articulated the new browser. Another feature that makes sense is the possibility of allowing users to "pin" the favorites wishing on the bar of Windows 7. In this way, Microsoft wants to send the message that the sites are no longer mere window displays a browser, but larger entities that can be integrated into the operating system.
The Internet Explorer 9 comes at a difficult time for Microsoft, as the market share of browsers is around 60%. The Internet Exlporer has lost much support users dealing with technology and the 9th edition aims to reverse this trend.