As the iPad 2 continues to amaze business analysts with how fast consumers have consumed its stocks, Microsoft's Internet Explorer 9 is also making its own record by reaching an amazingly 2.35 million downloads within 24 hours, based on an article posted in pcmag.com.
According to reports, IE9 is currently being downloaded 27 times per second. This is another proof that Microsoft can't still be left behind when it comes to PC browsers.
An article posted in google.com describes Internet Explorer 9 as having features similar to Google Chrome, with additional twists that Microsoft has added. The new browser has accelerated graphics hardware, capability to hold tabs of site on Windows 7 task bar, and a Tracking Protection that is ahead than other browsers.
Website reviews also state that Internet Explorer 9 is faster than Mozilla and Google Chrome.
This is a big leap for Microsoft that is not making noise for the past months however, Internet Explorer 9 only works with Vista and Windows 7, making its market limited.