Internet Explorer 9 to be launched on 24th March at Tech.Ed India 2011

Internet Explorer 9, one of the fastest, most secure browser will be launched on 24th March at Tech.Ed India 2011. Internet Explorer RC with several new features, was made available for download to all by Microsoft on Feb 10th.

Update: The tweet by MSDN appears to have been removed. Please see update at end of this post.

Update 2: Internet Explorer 9 will be officially launched on 14th March 2011. Microsoft will release the final version of Internet Explorer 9 for download beginning at 9 p.m. Pacific.

Microsoft Tech·Ed India 2011, a 3 day event, will be held at Bangalore between March 23 – 25, 2011.

It is the premier technical education and networking event for tech professionals interested in learning, connecting and exploring a broad set of current and soon-to-be released Microsoft technologies, tools, platforms and services.

Exploring current and soon-to-release Microsoft technologies, tools, platforms and services. Deep-dive sessions on Windows Azure, IE 9, ASP.NET, SharePoint 2010 are the expected highlights, and this tweet (twitter.com/msdnindia/statuses/42498856449085440) from MSDN India indicates that Internet Explorer 9 will be launched then.

Windows Internet Explorer 9 delivers web sites and applications that look and perform like native PC applications through the power of Windows.

Update: MSDN India had retweeted our tweet as noted by@MichaelGillett, but both appear to have been removed by  MSDN India now.

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