When I woke up this morning, the much-awaited Internet Explorer 9 or IE 9 is ready for download. Microsoft made the free IE 9 download available to the public for a test drive of the upcoming stable release whose date wasn’t set yet as of this writing.
The Internet Explorer 9 download links are given below. There are two beta versions of IE 9 for Windows 7: the 32-bit version and the 64-bit version.
The total file size of the downloaded IE 9 installer was 2.4MB and after playing with it for a while, my co-writers and I have agreed that the new IE 9 is a much improved software than IE 8. It’s fast-loading and impressive. In our joint review of IE 9, it’s a hell lot better than Mozilla Firefox 3.6.9 (the latest version).
Maybe we’re getting ahead of ourselves because we expect to see bugs and errors in Internet Explorer 9 in sue time but to be honest, this is one of the best browsers we’ve used so far. We’ve also posted an IE 9 Preview in the past and the preview alone was really good.
The download links for the IE 9 are given below. Choose your operating system to determine which file you should download. Try it out and come back here if you have encountered some IE 9 problems and let’s share our thoughts about Microsoft’s latest product.
Also, please take note that we have also reported that Internet Explorer is More Popular than Firefox. The past article on the subject was based on a global scale. Head on to that article via the link provided to compare Internet Explorer usage as compared to Firefox and other web browsers (Opera, Google Chrome, Safari and others).
Download Link for Windows 7 32-bit: http://download.microsoft.com/download/9/9/A/99A2B65C-BBFE-4092-BAEF-EB1FE4DE7706/IE9-Windows7-x86-enu.exe
Download Link for Windows 7 64-bit: http://download.microsoft.com/download/9/9/A/99A2B65C-BBFE-4092-BAEF-EB1FE4DE7706/IE9-Windows7-x64-enu.exe
Just copy and paste the links in your browser’s address bar and get ready to download and install IE 9 in your PC. Be sure to check your computer is it’s using a 32-bit Windows 7 version or a 64-bit Win7 version. It doesn’t really matter if you’re using the Home, Professional or Ultimate Edition.
For Windows Vista users, download IE 9 for free from Microsoft’s Worldwide resources at http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/internet-explorer/download/ie-9/worldwide. IE 9 can also be installed on PC’s running Windows Server and installers are available in different languages like Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Arabic, English, French and many more.