MIX10 Liveblog, Day 2: taking the covers off of IE9

MIX10 Liveblog, Day 2: taking the covers off of IE9

Summary: And we're back at the Mandalay Bay Hotel Conference Center in Las Vegas, waiting for the keynote address for Day 2 of Microsoft's MIX10 conference. The focus today is on Internet Explorer 9, and once again I'm here with an all-star group of Microsoft-focused bloggers to liveblog the event.

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And we're back at the Mandalay Bay Hotel Conference Center in Las Vegas, waiting for the keynote address for Day 2 of Microsoft's MIX10 conference. The focus today is on Internet Explorer 9, and once again I'm here with an all-star group of Microsoft-focused bloggers to liveblog the event. My collaborators include ZDNet's Mary Jo Foley, Long Zheng (IStartedSomething), Paul Thurrott (Windows Supersite), Kip Kniskern (LiveSide), and Benjamin Rubinstein (Neowin).

To follow along, go visit Mary Jo's Day 2 Liveblog page.

Topics: Microsoft, Browser, Operating Systems, Software, Windows

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  • IE 9 - SUGGESTION - "FAVORITES HANDLING"

    Tell 'em (Microsoft IE9 team, to put the handling of FAVORITES back to the way it was in IE6. As a user of IE8 I get a headache and very frustrated trying to find where I want to put the link. So I went back to IE6.

    I had my Favorites set us like a File Cablinet, with many subject and sub-subjects in IE6. I've stuck with IE6 just because I like it better than IE8,

    In IE8 you have to chose from the "WHOLE" list of FAVORITES which opens up in single file. The user now has to go back and forth to find the folder they want to put it in. Much easier
    when you just see the Subject or Drawer and then open just that file and drop the favorite in.

    Since IE6 is not being recognized by some web pages, and more to come, I am looking at some other browser that is more user friendly if IE 9 doesn't come back to a more user friendly program.
    KPE