Internet Explorer 9 already is one of the most popular browsers on Microsoft’s Windows 7 platform, but it seems that the company is trying to push further to the front.
Thus, it announced an enhanced flavor of the browser for those who still own computers running under Windows Vista, promising a great experience through Bing and MSN services.
Basically, we’re talking of the same Internet Explorer 9 browser
, but with pre-set configurations for the use of Bing and MSN to save time and access results fast when browsing the Internet.
Internet Explorer has managed to remain the leading browser on Microsoft’s Windows platform, greatly helped by the features and enhancements that Microsoft has packed its latest releases with.
Windows Internet Explorer 9 Enhanced with Bing & MSN is one of these, now available for download for Windows Vista users. It requires Internet Explorer 7 or later to be present on the target machine.
“Windows Internet Explorer 9 has a streamlined look and many new features that speed up your web browsing experience. We give you more screen space to see your favorite sites, more than any other browser,” Microsoft notes.
“The new tab page intelligently displays your most visited sites. A combined search and address bar means you can search and navigate from one place. With Pinned Sites, you can get to your favorite sites directly from the Windows 7 taskbar—without having to open Internet Explorer first.”
Through having the browser’s homepage set to MSN and Bing set as the default search, users will get faster to the websites that interest them the most. Moreover, people can also add links to favorites to make sure that they access results faster when searching something over the Internet.
Specifically designed for Vista, the Windows Internet Explorer 9 Enhanced with Bing & MSN browser is now available for download from Microsoft’s website