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So IE8 has been released to the web and is ready to download. I’ve run through the betas, the RC and went to www.microsoft.com/ie8 this morning as soon as I heard it was released. If you haven’t you can hit that link and download it now for Windows XP, Windows Vista, Server 2003 and Server 2008. If you are using the Windows 7 beta you’ll have to wait until the RC for Windows 7 before you get to see a newer IE8.
So what do you need to know? Let’s break it down…
Deployment and Management:
Not much has changed here but there are updates to the tools you use that add support for IE8
While not totally inclusive list I know a lot of readers who also maintain a website or two, myself included. There is a lot more information to come and I urge you to keep an eye on the Canadian Developers and User Experience blogs for more information.
You can be sure to learn more about IE8, web slices, accelerators and such as we have the time to write it. In the mean time if you have any questions, post a comment or email us!
IE8's released? I must have been sleeping!