If you can read this, you probably don't like Internet Explorer. Microsoft's browser has ignored web standards, fallen down on security, and lagged the competition for more than a decade. But IE9 seems truly different. Can you comprehend using Windows' default browser?
Internet Explorer gained its once-dominant position by arriving free with every new copy of Windows. After it held a commanding share for some time, power users and advocates for software choice took up the cause of Firefox, Opera, and other free, outsider-friendly, forward-thinking browsers. After the apex of evil that was Internet Explorer 6 (or that's how web developers usually describe it), the browser started to incrementally improve, if not quite catch up. Internet Explorer 9, in Microsoft's words and in beta previews, is a solid leap forward.
But we thought we'd put it out there: Could you consider switching from your current browser to IE9?
Feel free to explain your pick, or get more specific on your "other" answer, in the comments.