[Official] Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 To Launch On March 14!


The New Internet Explorer 9

Before we start with our latest and breaking news, we would like to remind you all again that “Browsers war has heated up and ready to take battle ground“!

Well the most expected news from Microsoft is out today and it seems like they are not going to delay anymore like Mozilla!

With in less than week from now, Internet Explorer users will get an download link for the new beauty of the web Internet Explorer 9. Microsoft has confirmed today that it will release IE9 to web on March 14th, 2011, at SXSW in Austin, Texas.

Ryan Gavin, a senior director of IE business and marketing said,

The New Internet Explorer 9

Exactly twelve months from the first Platform Preview of IE9, on Monday March 14th we will celebrate the developers and designers who are making a more beautiful web for all of us.  We will release the final version of Internet Explorer 9 for download beginning at 9 p.m. Pacific.

Microsoft had never stopped giving us a surprises and here comes another one. And MS still keeps an copyright for surprises by telling “there are lot of new amazing to share”.

What is that now?

IE9 has already been downloaded in excess of 36 million times according to Microsoft. And started acquiring bit of market share already!

Well lot more to come. Hope we could see strong HTML5 compatible browser from Microsoft. Google Chrome 10 is already running on high note by scoring 306 out of 400 points in HTML5 test. Firefox, Opera and Safari are fighting hardly for second place!

Keep watching this space for download link and more and more updates!

Vinay Gowda

Working in IT industry from past couple of years. Avid blogger, crazy about mobiles especially about Android powered devices! Tech is all you get out of me! Blogs at LetzWrite

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  • DailyAppNews

    Hi Vinay,

    I agree with you that Microsoft always gives surprise.

    I'm curious Whether Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 will be winner on war of Internet browser. Just wait, and see on March 14

  • Henry Gates

    Yes even i read the official blog post.They say its gona be a party! Will they also release using FTP server first? or directly on their official website?

  • http://www.rojish.com Rojish

    I am wondering whether IE9 can capture a good market share. Both Firefox 4 and Chrome 10 are giving a tight competition.

  • Icechen1

    Good news for a better Internet, HTML5 adoption will be easier with IE9 out.

  • Shiva

    Well, I just read in the news today that Internet Explorer 9 has been released yesterday in the SXSW, I have not checked it out but I am sure this new browser from Microsoft will have proper HTML5 compatibility. I mean it should have other wise how will they be able to compete in the market

  • http://vbv2.blogspot.com vikas

    Yeah!! it's now launched. It's awesome.

  • http://www.mysmartprice.com sitakanta

    I seem to have missed something. If the browser has already been downloaded in excess of 36 million times as you say, what is the meaning of a launch. Isn't a software supposed to be downloaded after launch.

    I will be really surprised if 36 million people have downloaded beta version of a browser from Microsoft!

  • Peter White

    I tried to download IE today but got an error message. There goes Microsoft's one and only chance to get me back as a user! Did anyone else have any problems downloading it for Windows 7?

  • Anne Sales@ Coupon C

    Isn't IE9 compatible only with Vista and Windows 7? I don't suppose they are really aiming for the first place because not everybody has upgraded from XP yet.

  • http://www.sbp-romania.com Dan

    Ive tested the RC and I have to admit that not bad, and much faster than its predecessor. I'm still a Firefox user, so I don't think I'll switch to IE, but I can applaud an improvement when I see one.

  • http://technocage.blogspot.com/ cyberbob

    This really nice and awesome article about news related to IE 9,and i hope you will like to read about Internet Explorer 10 on window 8

  • http://www.newfreegifts.com Chris West

    I've not used Internet Explorer for years, with Firefox being my browser of chioce. I only use IE for checking compatibility when checking coding projects. Despite this I'm it will be big because it is a Microsoft product. I'll maybe check it out.