Internet Explorer 9?

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    neovlad

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    So the other day I wanted to give Microsoft another chance so I tried out their new Internet Explorer. I am really impressed they have made it so much better and faster. Have any of you tried it? what do you think about it?
     
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    Yes yes, it's a good browser and IE 10 on Windows 8 is more better but Internet explorer don't have a possibility of extension as a others browser "Opera, Safari, Firefox or Chrome".
     
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    It's a very secure browser, but I find it lacking in the kind of flexibility and customizability that I expect in a browser. So I don't recommend it to people, but if it does everything you want it to then it's perfectly fine to use.
     
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    What ever any one says but in my personal experience i found IE not worth enough to be used. i rate it 1/10.
     
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    It's pretty good, but FireFox is where it is at. I hear people like Chrome nowadays, but I still say Firefox. To each his own. IE 8 was pretty slow, I think.
     
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    I think that's all Microsoft is peddling these days with their new browsers. It's more "secure". No real features, just more patches and security updates which in turn slow down the browser.
     
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