Let me save you the trouble. It’s not real exciting, isn’t real pretty, and I doubt anyone will be switching browsers because of this new release.
Provided there are no major glitches, I’m sure IE9 will settle into place without fanfare or interruption of IE’s ever dwindling market share.
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The long awaited official launch of Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system has come and gone. On October 22, 2009, Windows 7 hit the retail shelves. The initial media blitz and the launch parties are now just a fading memory. The early reports appear that folks are generally very positive concerning Microsoft’s newest operating system.
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Windows 7 is going to be the biggest product launch since Gillette Foamy and Aunt Jemima pancakes. Check inside to find everything you need to get you up and running. All of our Links and HOW TO’s in one place.
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PC Pitstop Driver Library
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PC Pitstop is proud to announce the launch of an important new reference point for all PC users. The PC Pitstop Driver Library is free to all users and provides a detailed online database of the latest drivers we have identified. Through the millions of scans that have been and are currently being run at PC Pitstop, we are uniquely able to identify the latest and greatest drivers for your PCs.
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PC Pitstop is proud to announce the launch of an important new reference point for all PC users. The PC Pitstop Process Library is free to all users and provides a detailed online database of the processes that should and should not be running on your PC.
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Microsoft launched Vista Business in late 2006 and Vista Home in early 2007. Our research shows that in July 2007, Vista was found on 12% of the PCs running the PC Pitstop online tests. Our research also shows that Vista is significantly lagging the historical XP launch ramp by almost 57%. In the six months following the XP launch in 2001, the operating system had grown to be found on over 28% of all PCs. Vista’s prevalence, after six months from its consumer Vista Home launch, sits at 12%.
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