MS IE9 RC is out

  TopCat® 23:32 10 Feb 2011
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More details at click here TC.

  birdface 09:00 11 Feb 2011

This Looks like it.

click here

I am one of the few who does not like I/E9 preferred it with the search bad attached.

  Forum Editor 09:40 11 Feb 2011

RC stands for Release Candidate. I know that you knew this TC, but others might not.

  Marko797 11:13 11 Feb 2011

but does anyone know if this has moved on massively since the earlier beta release of last year?

I tried that version and (IMHO) it was terrible so uninstalled and reverted to IE8, which I'm still using quite happily.

  Woolwell 12:38 11 Feb 2011

I've had to abandon IE9 beta as after a windows update it refused to run, crashing whenever it opened. I uninstalled what I thought was the relevant update, uninstalled IE9 and re-installed and without the update it still crashed and without any add-ons too. It's a pity as I thought it had potential. I will now have to try IE9 RC and see if that runs ok.

  Forum Editor 12:44 11 Feb 2011

since the earlier beta release of last year?"

Well if it has,it's escaped me. Thirty minutes after I installed the Release Candidate it locked up, and refused to do anything.

I have - for the time being at any rate - returned to good old, fast, reliable Google Chrome.

  Quickbeam 16:10 11 Feb 2011

Shouldn't you post in the helproom for a solution FE?

  Quickbeam 16:11 11 Feb 2011

I've just tried it, it works OK, but I still prefer Firefox.

  Woolwell 19:38 11 Feb 2011

I've installed it and it runs! So far so good.

  ams4127 21:19 11 Feb 2011

I've installed it and it runs perfectly.

  ams4127 21:31 11 Feb 2011

I've installed it and it runs perfectly.

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