Microsoft will look to regain lost market with new features and improved compatibility support.
Come September, Microsoft will give a taste of what’s it’s gearing up to regain all that browser market share they have lost to Firefox and the relatively-new Google Chrome. The Redmond giant said on Thursday that they are hard at work in readying an Internet Explorer 9 public beta for September.
This was announced at the annual Microsoft Financial Analyst Meeting on July 29 by COO Kevin Turner. While an exact date is yet to be confirmed, Neowin believes the public beta will be released on September 2.