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"Very good browser...but IE8 is better for laptops."
--It is lighter than Chrome and Mozilla while I watch HD(1080) videos on YouTube or play games on Facebook .
--I had figured that by opening task manager ,then set the option ''always on top'' ,and compared CPU usage by opening the same sites in Chrome , Mozilla and IE9 (off course not in the same time) .
--For example when I watch 1080 video in IE-my CPU does not go above 10% - unlike chrome which makes CPU to go to 20% and more for the same video ,Mozilla is lighter than chrome but still above 15% for the same video.
--When it's about games situation is similar.
--I didn't compared opera and safari simply because I do not see them like browsers,they are more like wasted junk.
1.Command bar in IE9 (which can be manually customized like in IE8) should have been left on the same place like in IE8 because every laptop has the lack of vertical space and therefore IE9 is much better for desktop computers than laptops (THERE IS A FAST OPTION FOR FULL SCREEN)
2.There is no option for changing the download folder.
1. IE9 is fast and low in resources just like IE8 if you do not have thousands idiotic add-ons and tool-bars ''glued'' with it -you do not need ANY of them because they make INTERNET EXPLORER SUPER SLOW and the only one person who is quilt for that is YOU .
2. Just uninstall those tool-bars and RESET Internet explorer by opening INTERNET OPTIONS and follow the instructions on the RIGHT BUTTON (advanced) .