I personally like the new interface and the location of the opened tabs next to the location bar. Overall, it is a fast and fluent interface. Special thanks to Microsoft for the new Developer Tools that help to analyze HTML, CSS or your Javascript.

But now to something more important (at least to me and many of you using TX Text Control's BrowserTextControl component). Does the BrowserTextControl work with Internet Explorer 9?

Absolutely, yes! I tried many samples that come with TX Text Control Server for ASP.NET (incl. Windows Forms) as well as the online samples at labs.textcontrol.com and all of them work very well. .NET assemblies can be seamlessly integrated and loaded client-side. The loading of components depending upon the .NET framework has not been changed.

Feel free to test it on your own. You can download Internet Explorer 9 here:

Internet Explorer 9 Beta