Internet Explorer 9
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Microsoft released Internet Explorer 9 for Windows on March 15th, 2011 and shortly will begin to push Internet Explorer 9 gradually out to computers running Windows 7 and Windows Vista via Automatic Update. Note that Internet Explorer 9 is not available for Windows XP or previous versions of Windows.
Internet Explorer 9 has a substantially changed and significantly more modern look and feel. It is also notably more standards-based than previous versions of Internet Explorer, scoring a 95/100 on the Acid3 test versus the 20/100 that Internet Explorer 8 scored.
Information Systems & Computing (ISC) strongly suggests that support providers block the Internet Explorer 9 download via Automatic Update if they have clients using BEN Financials, Oracle EPM/Hyperion, OASIS, or Health System applications. Instructions and the blocking tool can be found here
Support providers who do not run these specific applications also may wish to use this tool to block the installation of Internet Explorer 9, at least until specific applications in use in their Schools, Centers, or departments are validated. Currently, Internet Explorer 9 can be uninstalled easily, though this may become more difficult in the future, especially when hardware vendors begin to pre-load it on factory images.
Microsoft’s Internet Explorer home page, including download links to Internet Explorer 9.
Microsoft's TechNet entry on the Internet Explorer 9 Blocker Toolkit and Internet Explorer 9's Automatic Update delivery.