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Direct Download IE8 From Microsoft Download Center Server

The latest Microsoft web browser is finally out of beta. Windows Internet Explorer 8, which is bundled with Windows 7 Beta, is available for Windows XP and above.

Is IE8 better than Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari, or Google Chrome?

Well, I’m not going to give you an in-depth technical comparison matrix of all these major web browsers.

However, I would like to say this personally, that both Windows OS and Internet Explorer are not that bad at all. Otherwise, there is no Enterprise using Microsoft products and majority of IT systems are powered by GNU Linux or Apple Macintosh.

So, if you like to have all Microsoft products in one box with the belief that software of the same mother ship will integrated and perform better, if you simply want to prove Internet Explorer 8 is still suck as its predecessors and not web browser par excellence, if you have no choice to install it because of enterprise software policy that favour Microsoft products, or whatever reasons that you must download and install the latest IE8, here are the list of direct download pages and links of Windows Internet Explorer 8:

Windows XP – 16.1 MB

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Direct Download

Windows Server 2003 (16.1 MB)

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Direct Download

64-bit Windows Server 2003 SP2 / XP Professional (32.4 MB)

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Direct Download

Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008 (13.3 MB)

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Direct Download

64-bit Windows Vista / Windows Server 2008 (24.3 MB)

Download Page
Direct Download

Once again, please ignore this post if you just like Mozilla Firefox or hate to know anything about Microsoft products :-)

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  2. XP1 07-04-09@21:38

    I can’t believe you didn’t even mention Opera in your browser list.

    Ugh!

  3. Walker 07-04-09@21:54

    OMG, I forgot to mention Opera!

  4. mohammed youssef 25-04-09@01:59

    Thanks

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