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Microsoft Internet Explorer for Windows XP v8.0

Freeware
WinXP
Internet Explorer has a new interface that shows more of each web page you visit. The streamlined tool bar makes it easier to add websites to your Favorites, search the web, clear your history, and access the other tasks and tools you use most. It also includes support for your favorite search providers. With the built-in search box, you can search the web at any time without having to open a search provider page.

Microsoft is also introducing lots of new features including tabbed browsing and RSS feeds.

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License type Freeware1
Author's homepage Visit the author's site
Date added 20 Mar 2009
Downloads 68,028
File size 16.10 MB (2min @ 1Mbps)
Supported languages English
Operating systems WinXP1

1License and operating system information is based on latest version of the software.

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Microsoft Internet Explorer for Windows XP v8.0

Why not using Avant browser which based on IE?Its fast and easy to use,of course I choose it instead of IE due to its stability and compatibility.

Microsoft Internet Explorer for Windows XP v8.0

"Microsoft Internet Explorer is the most popular web browser in the world" is like saying "Communism was the most popular political affilitation under the rule of Stalin and Chairman Mao." <br/> <br/>No it wasn't, they just didn't have a choice. <br/> <br/>Once again Microsoft is way behind the times in innovation, compatibility, reliance (unless if you like their 30% rate of fail for the xbox) and features. <br/> <br/>want a reliable browser? choose cruzapp.com or stainlessapp.com for some real innovation

22 Mar 2009 All reviews by user vyze
Microsoft Internet Explorer for Windows XP v8.0

Do not bother,if you arerunning with 64 bit,it is not supported. What is wrong with Microsoft? The answer can be this, "what is right."

Microsoft Internet Explorer for Windows XP v8.0

Do notbother,if you arerunning with 64 bit,it is not supported. What is wrong with Microsoft? The answer can be this, "what is right."

Microsoft Internet Explorer for Windows XP v8.0

Downloaded this crap and hate it. Don't like all the questions it asks before you even get to play with it, Java Applets don't work and not everyone will know the switch to compatibility mode when they see a page alienated. <br/>After my quick dislike of IE8, I tried to restore to IE7, which in my eyes is the best IE out there, but not very successful in having it work properly. All my toolbars disappeared and their options were all greyed out. Plus it crashed my system. <br/>I say, stick with IE7, Firefox, Safari, Chrome or Opera. And when Windows 7 comes, delete IE8 A.S.A.P. and install any of my suggested browsers for safe and easy-to-use surfing.

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