Microsoft Internet Exlorer 9 release candidate clears over 2 million downloads

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Released only last Thursday, and after five months of beta testing by users and developers, the download count tops over 25 million downloads. Not bad for a single application, and Microsoft will offer the IE upgrade via the Windows Update software or WUS, to the beta tester group who has yet to install the release candidate.

According to the numbers released today by Microsoft, the new release RC of Internet Explorer 9 has over 2 million downloads

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