Posted by: Brien Posey
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.