Brien Posey's Windows Blog

Jan 27 2009   5:55AM GMT



Posted by: Brien Posey
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Microsoft has just released the first release candidate of Internet Explorer 8. Although I haven’t had a chance to download it yet, I just received an E-Mail message from someone at Microsoft who says that there have been some changes since the previous beta. Some of these changes include:

 

  • Click Jacking Protection
  • A New feature called In Private, which helps to prevent sensitive data from being cached locally
  • Performance improvements, which allow the browser or additional browser tabs to be opened more quickly
  • Minor  “improvements” to the user interface.

 

I will post more details in a day or two once I have had a chance to download the release candidate.

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