Microsoft announced that the final version of Internet Explorer 9 will be ready for public consumption on March 14th at 9 p.m. Pacific Time. Version 9 of Internet Explorer has been pretty well received and created a great deal of interest over the last few months. The beta and release candidate have been downloaded a whopping 36 million times.
Download Manager is a powerful new feature that keeps a running list of the files you download from the Internet and notifies you when a file could be malicious. It also lets you pause and restart a download—if you have a slow internet connection—and shows you where to find downloaded files on your computer. You can clear the list at any time.
If you want to test-drive IE9 or check out the rest of its features the release candidate is available for download, but seeing as the final build is coming in 4 days time you’re probably just as well to hold off until the final release.