Internet Explorer 9 set to release today

By Kip Kniskern | In Featured, News | Posted March 14, 2011 9 comments

Just a reminder that today is IE9 release day, set to launch with a press event and live webcast at 5:30pm PDT, or 7:30pm local Austin, Texas time, as the Beauty of the Web launch event gets underway at SxSW:

IE9-release

http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/presskits/internetexplorer/

As usual, be prepared if the download links get discovered a bit early, as they usually do.  We’ll be keeping our eyes open, let us know if you spot anything!

Posted March 14th, 2011 at 8:00 am
Category: Featured, News
Tags: IE9
  • http://twitter.com/segadc segadc

    Oh cool for some reason I thought IE9 would be released tommorow.

  • http://twitter.com/segadc segadc

    Oh cool for some reason I thought IE9 would be released tommorow.

  • jntowers

    so it’s out, I downloaded the install file, and it tells me “Internet Explorer did not finish installing. Setup cannot continue because a more recent version of IE is installed on your computer.” I’m running the RC…. gotta love it.

    • jntowers

      ignore me, i’m an idiot… if i could delete my post i would

    • jntowers

      ignore me, i’m an idiot… if i could delete my post i would

  • jntowers

    so it’s out, I downloaded the install file, and it tells me “Internet Explorer did not finish installing. Setup cannot continue because a more recent version of IE is installed on your computer.” I’m running the RC…. gotta love it.

    • jntowers

      ignore me, i’m an idiot… if i could delete my post i would

  • Mario Albertico

    It feels like it was just yesterday that we got the RC! The IE9 team is moving fast; hopefully they keep up the pace with updates because I’m sure Google and Mozilla are scrambling with the sudden awakening of the IE9 beast and want to show they’re still better. And who knows, we might get a Bing HTML5 preview! *crosses fingers*

  • Mario Albertico

    It feels like it was just yesterday that we got the RC! The IE9 team is moving fast; hopefully they keep up the pace with updates because I’m sure Google and Mozilla are scrambling with the sudden awakening of the IE9 beast and want to show they’re still better. And who knows, we might get a Bing HTML5 preview! *crosses fingers*