With Internet Explorer 9 already downloaded and used by more than two million people, it's time for a look back at how far Microsoft's in-house web browser has come since the very beginning.
Even if you're not a user of IE today, there's probably some version in the nine that was your main browser of choice. It's a fascinating trip down memory lane. Check it out below:
The same maker of this video did the same thing for Windows earlier this month. Check that out here.
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Hey! It's the same guy who did the Windows 1 to 7 thing.Reply
This guy's great. Love his presentations.Reply
Just ran Acid3 on the latest Firefox 4 beta and IE9.Reply
Unfortunately, if you are outside my company's intranet and using my company's authorized vpn, anything later than IE7 does not completely work.Reply
opera 11.01, acid 3 100/100Reply
My chrome got 100/100Reply
IE got 95/100
Good call fafkac, so as usual IE is lagging behind.Reply
first time i benchmarked all the (more common) browsers (except safari which i WILL NOT INSTALL on windows) on my system was last years octoberReply
chrome 5 100/100
opera 10.61 100/100
firefox 3.6.8: 94/100
and firefox and ie *still* don't manage to do that today... (i'll wait for the final versions of both and update the table later or so)
i'm running a c2quad q6600 at stock 2.4GHz with 4gb ram and a gf 8800gt - i keep testing chrome, opera, firefox and ie on html5test.com, acid3, v8 and sunspider 9 - all the results - if you're interested - can be found here: www.keksfabrik.eu/browsers (plain text)
lol he searched for horse pornReply