Internet Explorer 8 Beta 2 Screencast: Faster and Easier Browsing

00As you can tell I am pretty excited about IE8, I believe it will fundamentally improve’s everyone’s browsing experience, people like you and me, but also my dad.  Honest story my dad knows how to search the web using live search, which in of itself is impressive, but when he finds let’s say an address to a restaurant, he pulls out a map to find directions.  I know what your saying, we all pull out maps, but are they made out paper?  My dad’s is.  So how can a browser help, by bringing everyday online services to people like my dad, in a new function called accelerators.  Accelerators are just one of the many improvements that extend your browsing experience beyond the page while staying connected with the things you care about most. 

There is a fantastic list of new features, from search, find on page highlighting, tab improvements (work they way they are supposed to now)..etc, that I could fill my desktop with all the improvements, not to mention Webslices!  So instead of me of doing that, while don’t I show you, take a look at the screencast where I showcase all the features that make IE 8 faster and easier to use:


Windows Media Player version: Internet Explorer 8 Faster and Easier

To view the other parts:

To view the full screencast, all 3 parts combined (about 45 minutes): IE 8 Full Screencast

To learn more more and to download Internet Explorer 8 please visit:

IE 8 is supported on Windows XP SP2/SP3, Server 2003 SP2, Server 2008, Vista RTM & Vista SP1.

Comments (4)

  1. Anonymous says:

    Yes, it is here . There are significant security features and improvements in this release. Matt has

  2. Anonymous says:

    You want to check out the latest and greatest version of Internet Explorer?  I know you do. So click

  3. Anonymous says:

    If you didn’t hear, we released Beta 2 of IE8 yesterday. It’s free, go download it. I did, wow what a

  4. Anonymous says:

    Last week I installed Internet Explorer 8 and I like the new features like the accelerators. Let