Cloud Computing: 10 Things We Want to See in Internet Explorer 9
Microsoft at PDC Nov. 18 shared some new ideas it's bringing to Internet Explorer 9. The company says it plans to make the browser more Web- and developer-friendly, while still maintaining the familiar Internet Explorer identity. That sounds nice, but in the end, Microsoft said very little about what it specifically plans to offer in IE 9. Realizing that, we have decided to take a step back, evaluate Internet Explorer and try to determine what should make its way into the next version. It won't be an easy task. In recent years, Microsoft has made strides in the effort to improve Internet Explorer with its new Suggested Sites feature, as well as InPrivate, a security mode. But there is still much to be desired, and Microsoft has some heavy work ahead if it wants retain its dominant position in the browser space. To help get the development project started, here are 10 features we really want to see in IE 9.