Internet Explorer 8 Release Candidate 1 was launched last Tuesday. IE8 is focused on how people really use the web. Consumers want a browser that makes the tasks they do every day faster and easier. The activities people spend their time on define real-world performance: navigating to websites, working with tabs, searching, keeping track of changing information (like traffic or an auction), and using the information from one site with another (as in getting a map).
Everyone wants a trustworthy browser that keeps them in control and protects their safety. Developers want great developer tools, great interoperability, and a powerful platform that enables them innovate. For some people, accessibility is crucial; for some organisations, policy, administration, and deployment are essential.
Internet Explorer 8 Competition: Win an “I’m a PC” Skateboard!
Test your sites, services and software with the product, and you can win some cool prizes!
1. Download and install the Release Candidate
2. Email in a screenshot of your company’s homepage in IE8.
. If you find a rendering problem on your company site visit the IE Compatibility Centre and read about the supported META tags.
Doing this you then go in the draw to win some cool prizes. We have an “I’m a PC” skateboard and 3 “I’m a PC” hats to giveaway! Visit the NZ IE8 blog for the terms and conditions. Competition ends 28 February 2009, open only to New Zealanders!