Thursday, March 26, 2009

[TechRepublic] Should you intall Internet Explorer 8?

March 26, 2009
Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 is released
The latest release of Microsoft's Web browser is now available. Internet Explorer 8 has a few new features that might make it worth your consideration. Mark Kaelin takes a first look.


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Some big changes are coming for Windows Explorer in Windows 7
As you may remember when Microsoft redesigned the user interface in Windows Vista, there were many changes made to the Windows Explorer. While most of these change were for the better, there was room for improvement and the Windows 7 team has spent a great deal of time and effort on honing the user interface [...]

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Poll: Do the new features in Apple's iPhone OS 3.0 update make you more likely to buy an iPhone?
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Questions of the week - March 23, 2009
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