REDMOND (Washington): Microsoft released a near-final version of Internet Explorer 9, saying the updates make the web browser even better at tapping into a computer's powerful processors to help multimedia-laden websites load and run faster.
With IE9, Microsoft followed the visual lead of Google's Chrome browser. IE9 has far fewer buttons, icons and toolbars filling the screen, leaving more room for the contents of webpages. It mimics some features in Windows 7, the newest PC operating software from Microsoft, in that it lets people "pin" individual websites to the taskbar at the bottom of the PC screen to make permanent one-click shortcuts.
The new browser is much more than an aesthetic overhaul. IE9 can take advantage of multicore microprocessors to crunch website code faster. It also uses the PC's graphics processing unit to make movie clips and other visuals load and play faster.
IE9 now also decides on the fly when to tap into the graphics processor for more speed.
Competitors including Google and Mozilla, maker of the Firefox browser, are also working on similar technical upgrades to their software.
This new crop of browsers will be competing with "apps," small programs for smartphones, Tablets and other devices that deliver the some of the same content as websites but in a way that's easier to navigate on smaller screens. - AP
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