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Internet Explorer 8 screencasts – Faster, More Secure, More Reliable

Internet Explorer 8 screencasts – Faster, More Secure, More Reliable

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Matt Hester has done it again.  He has produced some nice screencasts that discuss and demonstrate the improvements being made to the Internet Explorer 8 Beta.  Like many of you, I am particularly interested in the new privacy technologies (InPrivate™) going into the product. 

Here are the links to Matt Hester’s posts and screencasts on three major areas of interest:

Faster - http://blogs.technet.com/matthewms/archive/2008/08/27/internet-explorer-8-beta-2-screencast-faster-and-easier-browsing.aspx

Secure - http://blogs.technet.com/matthewms/archive/2008/08/27/internet-explorer-8-beta-2-screencast-more-secure-and-private-browsing.aspx

Reliable - http://blogs.technet.com/matthewms/archive/2008/08/27/internet-explorer-8-beta-2-screencast-more-reliable-and-interoperable-browsing.aspx

If you click the pic above, it will take you to the area for downloading Internet Explorer 8, not match.com.  Sorry.  Grin.

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  • In checking out Matt's videos I am not getting any audio - are these screencasts suppose to have audio?

    Oh and the Windows Vista Team Blog isn't worthy of your blogroll? ;-)

    Take care - hope all is well!

    - Brandon

  • Brandon,

    I just checked all three and they work for me.  Are you getting audio for anything else on your machine?  

    I added your blog to the roll.  Please do the same on the windowsvistablog.

    Cheers,

    Keith

  • Do i get the cute chick in the photo with my download? j/k

    I tried Beta 1 a while back and it hosed my shell32.dll icons. Maybe ill give this one a shot.

  • I'm going to install IE8 in my VM sandbox first.  Probably later today.

  • I've been trying out IE8 beta and it's crashing pretty often for me. The new features are cool, just, I wonder how/if I can go back to IE7. I'm running Vista.

  • Oh, and I forgot to say, it logs me out of all my websites when I shut down too. That's annoying... can't find the setting to not delete cookies.

  • Keith, have you given Google Chrome a test run yet?