Meanwhile, many are giving Google's Chrome a whirl and finding it clean and
fairly fast, but way short on features. In fact, I did a long
analysis of Chrome based entirely on Redmond Report readers' feedback.
An IE 8 release candidate (which is more polished than beta code but not quite
ready for release -- so it really should just be called a late beta) is due
out the first quarter of next year. For me, I'll wait for fully finished code
before blasting or toasting the new release.
Posted by Doug Barney on November 24, 2008 at 11:52 AM
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