Even if the market is showing that Internet Explorer is losing more and more market share to others such as Firefox and Chrome, Microsoft is still attempting to revive its browser in hope for a secured user base. The new Internet Explorer 9 is said to contain many new features, including HTML 5 support, and much faster speeds overall. The browser also boasts a current ACID3 score of 68/100, which is much better than preview versions have shown. Either way, improvement is never a bad thing when it comes to software, and it also will be interesting to see how Microsoft continues to develop Internet Explorer 9. It can be downloaded, the Preview 2 edition, from here.