Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 Release Tops 27 Download Per Second

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Internet Explorer 9 was just released this past Monday pulling in just over 2.35 million downloads in the first 24 hours alone and Microsoft's senior director of Internet Explorer, Ryan Gavin would like to thank you all. And while the download rate was consistent and respectable, it in no way compares to other browsers release numbers such as Firefox which topped the charts at over 8 million downloads in the first 24 hours in 2009.

With updated HTML5 support, improved UI and the newly touted built in do not track function, IE 9 has been implemented

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