Internet Explorer 8 has been finally released. Some features are still missing. How do I know? If all the features would be in place, it would be called Firefox.
Snark aside, I’m curious to see the final features that made it into this final release.
Take it from here or wait for the automatic update.
PS: Posted from Internet Explorer 8
“Microsoft is not getting the response that it had expected from its Internet Explorer 8. The early users of IE8 are posting somber responses on Microsoft’s IE8 feedback page. The users who have tested IE8 are reluctant to adopt the new web browser. Some users have reported that IE8 is causing their systems to crash, while others have reported that IE8 is not loading and displaying some web pages properly and correctly.”
“First, they (the Microsoft designers) have added a better search feature. If you are looking for a particular word or phrase in a Web page, hold down the CTRL (Control) key and tap the F (Find) key. Immediately, a box will open at the top of the page and you just start typing what you are looking for. The CTRL + F keystroke combination has been in MSIE (Microsoft Internet Explorer) for all of the past versions that I can remember but now it does more. It will tell you how many times the search phrase appears, will highlight the first occurrence and let you click “Next” to get to the next item. It also highlights all of the appearances in the document in case you just want to read through and see them.”
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