Internet Explorer 8 beta - Internet Explorer 8
The first test version (Beta 1) Internet Explorer browser was quickly launched to demonstrate on the "Standard mode" is completely compatible with W3C standards that Microsoft has boldly introduced the browser Internet Explorer 8.
There are quite a lot of changes as well as additional features in IE8. However, in the newly released Beta 1, users have only been exposed to some minor changes as the context menu when right-clicking on one object will have a list of services associated with the object or can select these services from the "Activities" toolbar (toolbar) IE8. Services in the context menu (Activities) operates based on XML templates that IE8 users can add here.
Right-click and choose from the list of services menu "Activities".
An example for the convenience of the changes in the context menu when you are browsing 1 online sale website and want to buy something you like, but one this website does not provide delivery service or no store fixed. You can find them through the map tool (mapping) adorned by address and right-click, choose the map to find store locations. IE8 "borrowed" a few features that were available from the other browsers such as WebSlices , operating almost like the RSS format, allowing registration information updates from websites and report changes to users. Similar WebSlices WebClips in Safari that Mac users have had the opportunity to get acquainted before.
Updated information with WebSlices.
Or a function of IE8 is worth noting is the restoration of the web browsing but card malfunction or damage that previously, IE7 users must use one plug-in from third parties to exploit this functionality. Automatic Crash Recovery will restore the status quo card section (tab) damaged sites, not to lose the address and the activities of users on it. Next is the security filter online fraud (phishing) alert appears when a user browses the website is said to be fraudulent and suspicious. And finally the "Favorites Bar" looks identical to FireFox browser's Favorites bar.
Favorites Bar bar quite similar to FireFox.
Overall, IE8's new functions not as much as what Mozilla is trying to equip focused FireFox 3. IE8 bug fix support from the W3C standards that previous versions have not done well.