Internet Explorer 10

muddymind

1st Folding then Sex
Microsoft pushes out preview build of Internet Explorer 10

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Happy with your shiny new copy of Internet Explorer 9? It's already out of date -- Microsoft just announced Internet Explorer 10 at its MIX developer conference in Las Vegas, and if you're running Windows you can grab a spoon right now and sample an early taste. You can download the new Platform Preview right now at Microsoft's Test Drive site and see where the company's going with this early iteration, which adds support for additional web standards like CSS Gradients and CSS3 Flexible Box Layout. According to the press release, a gentleman named Dean Hachamovitch just revealed the new browser on the MIX stage, but we're actually watching him speak right now, and... he's not quite there yet. We'll let you know what he says.

Update: Video after the break!

Update 2: Dean and Steven Sinofsky (president of the Windows division) are indeed showing it off on stage, but they're just performing the same Test Drive tests you could run at home -- go on, you know you want to dip your toe in that HTML5 fishbowl.

Update 3: Oh, Dean, you're such a tease -- that copy of IE10 (and by association, Windows) was running on a 1GHz ARM chip! Yes, Windows on ARM -- photographic evidence after the break.

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EDIT: Test Drive - http://ie.microsoft.com/testdrive/
 
Bom bom, era ver se ele nao se arrasta.
Correr windows num processador ARM é um belo começo, para começarem a aparecer muitos tablets e notebooks com windows.
Com o ARM consegue-se consumos baixos que podem proporcionar uma excelente autonomia.
Daqui a uns tempos um tablet ou notebook ou netbook com ARM, windows 7 ou 8 e claro está, 10 horas de bateria.

Maravilha. Que venham eles... (eles o conjunto windows + arm)
 

muddymind

1st Folding then Sex
Microsoft confirms IE10 won't run on Vista, millions of IE9 users shrug

If you're part of the dwindling group still using Windows Vista, you'll have to wait until your next upgrade to take IE10 for a spin -- Microsoft has confirmed that the latest version of its browser won't run on its last-gen operating system, either in developer preview form or when the final software ships. While it's tempting to interpret that as an attempt on Microsoft's part to put the widely loathed Vista in its past, there's actually a precedent for this -- remember that Microsoft cut off XP support when it unveiled IE9. As a Microsoft rep told Computerworld, the company would rather not have to develop software for a lowest-common denominator. At least, if you do have to stick with the newly minted IE9, you can be sure you'll be in good company.

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Epa... é de mim ou a MS está a dar um grande tiro no pé?
 

petersaints

Power Member
Concordo. Já se suicidaram com a release do IE9 na minha opinião, agora com isto...

Sim. Mas no IE9 ainda tiveram "desculpa" porque queriam usar o potencial do Direct2D/DirectWrite que só há no Vista SP2 com Platform Update e Windows 7, mas agora acho que já nem há a desculpa de dar muito trabalho suportar o Vista. E, no entanto, o IE9 tem a capacidade de funcionar com o Hardware Acceleration desligado no Vista e 7, pelo que podiam ter lançado para o XP mas de forma a que nunca usasse o GPU (pior que o IE8 não devia ser). Aliás a Mozilla no Vista e 7 suporta o hardware acceleration completo e no XP desliga uma parte dele (isto de grosso modo).

Mas também por um lado se já não suportam XP (que tem quase 50% de mercado) também não fazia muito sentido suportar o Vista agora que já só tem para ai 13% de Market Share e que continua a descer. Quando sair o IE10 final nem 10% já deve ter o Vista.

Mas pronto, já se sabe que quem um browser "à séria" há 2 que são de evitar, o Internet Explorer e o Safari. As melhores opções são sem dúvida o Google Chrome (suporta XP SP2 para cima), Mozilla Firefox (suporta Windows 2000 para cima) e Opera (até há pouco tempo ainda suportava o Windows 9x, agora é que pede pelo menos o 2000).
 

muddymind

1st Folding then Sex
a mim cheirame q é treta e será compativel :)


Olha que não...

http://www.computerworld.com/s/arti...a_No_IE10_for_you?taxonomyId=211&pageNumber=1

"Windows Vista customers have a great browsing experience with IE9, but in building IE10 we are focused on continuing to drive the kind of innovation that only happens when you take advantage of the ongoing improvements in modern operating systems and modern hardware," a Microsoft spokeswoman said in an email reply to questions.

http://ie.microsoft.com/testdrive/Info/ReleaseNotes/Default.html

System Requirements
The Internet Explorer Platform Preview requires Windows 7 (x86 or x64) Operating System. Platform Preview 4 and later require updates to be installed on Windows 7 systems, after which your computer will require a restart. The updates support Platform Preview graphics, media, and printing functionality. The Platform Preview is designed to install these prerequisites automatically. However, if the Platform Preview encounters an error while installing the prerequisites, you can install them manually prior to installing the Platform Preview. To do so, follow the steps on the Install Instructions page.
 

exxtreme

Power Member
O mainstream support do vista termina em 2012, tendo em conta que o IE10 sai nessa altura não vejo admiração nenhuma. Basta olharem para o SO concorrente em que o tempo em que suportam um SO é muito mais curto, Safari 5 não corre em OS X 10.4.
 

darkshines

Power Member
Segundo o beta os downloads vão ser como no firefox (significa que não podemos abrir os downloads, só guardá-los e depois abri-los... thath sucks!). Vou continuar com o Firefox/IE9, a mesma coisa para o novo WLM, vou continuar com a versão anterior.
 
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