F1Stockcars.com in Internet Explorer 9

The F1Stockcars.com web traffic analytical data shows us that the vast majority of our visitors, view the website using Microsoft’s Internet Explorer web browsing software.

This is most likely down to the fact that Internet Explorer is the default browser that comes already installed on most Windows based PC’s. Many people are not even aware there is alternative browsers.

Last Monday (March 14th) saw the release of the latest, fastest and most secure version of Internet Explorer to date, version 9.

To upgrade your version of Internet Explorer, simply visit the following page: beautyoftheweb.co.uk and click the orange ‘Download Now’ button, then follow the on screen prompts. It’s very simple.

Here at F1Stockcars.com we always recommend you keep whatever your browser of choice is, up to date for your maximum security, but also by ensuring you have the latest browser, you can take advantage of the latest features we implement into the site, and get the best browsing experience possible. We do not pander to older out of date browsers as we believe it to be a bad practice for Internet development on the whole.

One new feature in Internet Explorer 9 is something called Pinning & Jump List shortcuts.

F1Stockcars.com is all ready for this new feature.

If you are viewing this website using Internet Explorer 9 on a Windows 7 PC, then you can ‘pin’ a quick select button on your Windows 7 Taskbar.

Not only does this give you super fast ‘one click’ access to F1Stockcars.com, but also by right-clicking on the launch icon, you get shortcuts to four of our main pages, plus a shortcut to our Facebook page.

It is very simple to create your quick select button:

1. Visit the site using IE9

2. Using your left mouse button, click and hold onto the respective ‘Tab’ in the browser

3. Drag the ‘Tab’ down to your Windows Taskbar, you will be shown a message “Pin to Taskbar”. Let go of mouse button.

NOTE: F1Stockcars.com always keeps up to date links to all the latest versions of the ‘Big 5’ available browsers and latest browser info on our About Us page. If you have never tried a different browser you may want to check out the links, as all browsers offer different experiences and advantages over each other, you may find one that better suits your needs. There is no limit to the number of browsers you can have installed on your PC at one time (you can even have multiple different browsers opened at the same time).

Remember – staying up to date equals staying safe…. Happy browsing!

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