1- SPEED! Since that's what I was looking for in the first place!
2- - A minimizeable navigation bar, that comes back quickly when needed.
1- It doesn't implement Spell Check.
2- refuses to load certain pages, scrolling very rough.
1- -Very good for streaming and downloading
2- -Strong security system, currently a browser that is most resistant to hacker attacks
1- -Sometimes has like errors when threads are opened
2- -Takes up more hard drive space than the other browsers
1- -Only browser to offer a reader feature
2--Tab undo feature
1- -Horrible memory management
2- -Has the lowest HTML5 compliance level of all browsers
2- Strong security system
1- Loading a long time began to start, especially if a lot of adds-on that is installed
2- Like error when it would open thread
1- 1. IE9 is the First browser to support full GPU acceleration (Direct 2D) Rendering which means your graphics card is now put to good use.
2- One of the major pros of Internet Explorer 9 beta version is the impressive loading speed. When comparing IE9 side by side with the latest versions of other web browsers, Internet Explorer 9 appears to be at least equal or slightly better in speed.
1- 1. IE9 Goes through a relatively long installation, pulling updates from Microsoft servers if necessary, followed by a reboot. Takes a long time and it's far more complex.
2- . One of the biggest cons of IE9 is the fact that this version of the web browser only supports Windows 7 and Vista. People who use Windows XP as their computers’ operating system won’t be able to use Internet Explorer 9.
1- Compatibility - IE8 does not work very well with CSS, HTML 4, and XHTML.
2- . Memory Requirements - IE8 recommends a minimum of between 64 MB and 512 MB of memory. However, this seems inadequate and is better served with a memory of at least 2 GB. This would mean that home users and small business users may be forced to go in for costly upgrades if they are not to find the performance of IE8 disappointing.