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Your Guide to Internet Explorer 8

microsoft ie-logoInternet Explorer is currently the most widely used web browser, and Internet Explorer 8 adds a number of features that improve security and ease of use. These include Accelerators, improvements to the Address Bar, a number of new developer tools, InPrivate browsing, an anti-phishing tool called SmartScreen and more. Internet Explorer 8 also made some significant moves towards W3C compliance, meaning IE8 should display web pages in a more consistent manner with other web browsers.

In this guide you will find articles explaining some of these new features in depth, how to fix IE8 when things go wrong, and how to tweak IE to get the most out of it.

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