As of last Thursday, the release candidate latest version of Microsoft’s web browser – Internet Explorer 9 – is now available for download. Meanwhile, Mozilla is supposedly just a few weeks away from wrapping up the final beta stage for Firefox 4 and assigning it release candidate status, and earlier this month Google launched Chrome 9. With so many new options on the horizon, which is best for you? PCWorld summed up many of the new features of the various browsers in a recent article, including Instant Search and Web Store for Chrome, pinned websites for Internet Explorer 9, an updated interface for Firefox 4, and opt-out features and hardware acceleration for all three.
Which do you plan to use, and why? Will you wait until final releases, or jump on board early with beta or release candidate versions?