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Download Internet Explorer 9 (RC) in 36 languages

The Release Candidate of Internet Explorer 9, available now at www.BeautyOfTheWeb.com in 40 languages, reflects our unique approach to building the best experience of the Web on Windows. IE9 also reflects a more open and transparent approach with its regular cadence of platform previews for developers and enthusiasts. With the Release Candidate, we’ve taken to heart over 17,000 pieces of feedback about IE9. You will find the product has made progress on all fronts—performance and standards, user experience, and safety and privacy.

We want to thank the millions of people who have installed and used Internet Explorer 9 during pre-release testing. The value of your feedback in developing the product is hard to overstate. The rest of this post highlights some of the changes made as we listened and acted directly on this feedback.

From Arabic (العربية) to Ukranian (Українська) you can download Internet Explorer 9 (RC) release candidate in 36 languages. There are also 4 additional display languages available (Catalan, Hindi, Indonesian and Vietnamese). If you need help finding out which version of Windows you're running, see Is my PC running the 32-bit or 64-bit version of Windows?

If you are running Windows Vista or Windows 7 on your computer, you can install the Internet Explorer 9 Release Candidate (RC) to replace your existing version of Internet Explorer. After you install Internet Explorer 9, you can uninstall it to restore the previously installed version of Internet Explorer.
You can download Internet Explorer 9 RC in other Languages here.
Homepage: Internet Explorer 9


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Sl@y3D for my n@me
Feb 12 2011 06:29 PM
I bet none of you guessed that this was written by the marketing department of Microsoft.