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:

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

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

Reliablehttp://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.

Comments (7)

  1. 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

  2. Keith Combs says:

    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

  3. Jordan says:

    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.

  4. Keith Combs says:

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

  5. TinMan says:

    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.

  6. TinMan says:

    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.

  7. Brian says:

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