Microsoft Announces Internet Explorer 3.0 Beta 1 for Macintosh!
See more of the web! Built for the Macintosh from
the ground up, Microsoft=AE Internet
Explorer 3.0 Beta 1 for the Macintosh is now
available. It takes advantage of native
Macintosh technologies, giving users fast,
effective performance using as little as 4
megabytes of memory. By adding support for Java
and leading HTML standards while
keeping the program small, Microsoft is making
the power of the Internet accessible to
the broadest base of Macintosh users.
Apple Macintosh users can see all the latest
content on the Web because Microsoft
Internet Explorer for the Macintosh supports HTML
3.2 standards, Java applets, native
Macintosh multimedia technology, and ActiveX
Controls. It is the first Macintosh
browser to support HTML 3.2 Cascading Style
Sheets, which let you view Web pages
with state-of-the-art font effects. Also, support
for Java through the use of Java Virtual
machines is supplied by both Apple Computer, Inc.
and Metrowerks, which lets you run
the coolest Java applets. Plus, easy access to
email and newgroups is provided from
the Internet Explorer toolbar or menu.
I average maybe two crashes a week. With Missy 3 I can square that number
"The future masters of technology will have to be lighthearted and intelligent. The machine easily masters the grim and the dumb." - Marshall McLuhan 1969
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