I must say they have actually done quite well on IE9 from what I have seen, as of course I have been on Beta for quite some time now. Of course I use IE9(Beta to current version), Firefox 4 (also Beta on Vrs. 8 I think now), and Chrome (which is Google so it's alway in beta pretty much). I have to say I use them all for separate thing's, but I have been kind of surprised by IE9, there are some good things in there. So I will grab the release when it hit's looking for a bit more polish, but overall surprisingly to me somewhat I might add is pretty darn good.
I normally use Firefox..and I love it. I ditched explorer years ago and I only use it to check how my websites looks under it, as well as, Chrome and Safari too. I like Chrome second best after Firefox... I use a lot of great add-ons and I keep seeing more useful ones everyday.
I cant see myself using anything else (primarily) but I'll definitely give IE9 a try.
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Firefox is my primary, with Chrome being a distant secondary. However, I am planning on updating IE since there are some places on the web that you just need it. MS sites, my bank, etc.
Plus I figure if your going to have IE installed, even if you don't use it, make sure it is the most current and up to date version.
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I think I will pass
I'm sure I've made this comment about IE9 and security before, but I will say it again:
Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. Fool me nine times, I must have a learning disability.
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
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