First of all, keep in mind that IE9 is still in beta – which means that there are likely to be some bugs with it. If you don’t have an appetite for being a human guinea pig, then I suggest waiting until the production version of IE is released before attempting the upgrade. With that said, my vast experience of 10 minutes with IE9 so far has produced no bugs, so I can confidently recommend it.
CRM 2011 in Internet Explorer 9 (click to zoom).
So why make the upgrade to Internet Explorer 9? Simply put, IE9 is the Ritz cracker of browsers, “Everything’s better when it sits on a Ritz (running IE 9),” more specifically:
Are there any good reasons for not upgrading yet. Well…
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NOTE FROM THE TRENCHES: Well, after a couple of days of usage, I can firmly recommend against the upgrade to IE 9 until it is in full production release. It shows great promise, but the browser crashes with some frequency. Most problematic is the fact that I cannot save a record in CRM in IE 9 (definately a show stopper)!
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