Internet Explorer 8 is now in general release, but that doesn't mean that the product is bug-free. In an interesting move, Microsoft has now opened up its online bug tracking database for IE8 to the general public, meaning you can vote on which bugs you'd like to see fixed most urgently. Many of the currently listed bugs are relatively minor rendering issues, but it's a good place to check in if you are having issues with how IE8 handles your own site, or weird performance problems.
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