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Kate Middleton talks about the ‘huge challenge’ of motherhood
Kate Middleton isn’t upset with Prince William after ski trip, report denied
Kate Middleton not pregnant with royal baby no.3, despite report
Kate Middleton and Prince William arrive in Paris for 2-day tour
Meghan Markle reportedly told Kate Middleton he was pregnant, rumor subsequently denied

First Beta of Internet Explorer 9 appers this fall

by Mary
July 30, 2010 at 3:21 pm

Even if it should be ready in August, the September postponed of the first beta Internet Explorer 9 does not surprise us at all.

The fact that Microsoft is moving slow lately is not much a surprise. Microsoft has released so far three preview sites for Internet Explorer 9. All interfaces have only outlined a limited set of functions. The beta version will be the first to show what the new Internet Explorer 9 will bring.

Unfortunately, for more information about IE9 we will have to wait until September. Even if those from Microsoft are very proud about the new version they don’t tell us what changes it brings or the launch date.

The difficult mission of the new IE9 will be “recover the ship” for Microsoft. Currently, Internet Explorer has a 60% share of the market, with over 30 percent less than the “good old days.”

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