Microsoft revealed that the first public beta version of Internet Explorer 9 will be released in September, one month later than expected.
[Microsoft Chief Operating Officer Kevin] Turner shared the beta date during his morning keynote at the annual Microsoft Financial Analyst Meeting (FAM) on July 29.
According to several recent leaks, Microsoft had been targeting August as its beta delivery target for IE 9. This beta is expected to be public (as the test previews have been), and to feature more of the user interface elements.
Additionally, some details and screenshots of Internet Explorer 9 were leaked this week, you can check it out at NeoWin. The screenshots show off a new download manager, a new icon for IE9 and what appears to be new security features for add-ons.
Here's a screenshot of IE9's new download manager: