Recently both Internet Explorer and Firefox released their latest versions to the public. Both have been in various stages of development for months – and offered to the public as beta versions or release candidates for the past several months. Many of you may have installed these test versions (beta or RC) and tried them out. Now, after months of testing Internet Explorer 9 and Firefox 4 are ready for prime time.
Right now we’re reviewing them both and we’ll have more for you on each of these new version browsers soon. For now here are some of the features of each:
It’s always good to use the most current version of the browser you like best. The newest iterations of Firefox and Internet Explorer are safer and more secure than their predecessors. Not only are they safer and faster, they also render the new HTML 5 standard which is the latest, greatest version of HTML – the language upon which Web pages are built.