This post gives you links to Group Policy Settings Reference Windows Internet Explorer 9, Toolkit to Disable Automatic Delivery of Internet Explorer 9 and Internet Explorer 9 FAQ for IT Professionals.
Microsoft has re-imagined the role of the browser with Windows and Internet Explorer 9 to deliver an experience that makes the Web feel as native as consumers’ favorite PC applications. Using full capabilities of Windows and hardware, IE9 enables a version of the Web that is faster, cleaner and more trusted..!
Discuss best practices to simplify and accelerate the migration to Internet Explorer 8. Topics will include an explanation of the causes of and solutions for application compatibility issues.
Today, Microsoft is making the first developer preview of Internet Explorer (IE) 9 at MIX2010. The developer preview is available for download now. There are lots of demo applications which are built in to test the Speed, HTML5 and Graphics Demos which you can try on the IE9 developer preview edition.
Attend this demonstration-heavy webcast on March 9th, have your questions answered by the experts and learn what IT professionals do in real-world scenarios to configure, manage, deploy, and ensure the compatibility of their Web applications with Internet Explorer 8.
Google says that it will drop support of IE 6 for Google Docs on Mar 1. High on the priority list is Internet Explorer 6, but also included are Chrome 3, Firefox 2, and Safari 2 in the future. The phasing out support of these older browsers starts on March 1st, 2010 beginning with Google Docs and Site Editor. Later in the year, the support for Gmail and Calendar will be pulled off!