Now it’s time to compare the newly released Internet Explorer 9 Beta with the current top browsers such as Chrome and Firefox. Internet Explorer 9 Beta is clearly infront due to it’s support for full hardware acceleration for text, graphics, and video provided by default, Notification when add-ons slow browser performance, Visual search suggestions shown as you type, Jump Lists and thumbnail preview controls for pinned sites and much more.
You really have a scewed chart there...
1. "Compatibilty mode" under Web Standards and Compatibility: Others don't need this because this is a Microsoft created problem for IE because of IE 6 haven't 0 standards compliance (i.e. left: 0; right: 0; in a style doesn't work amoung all of the rest of the issues). This its silly to say you have it and the other guys don't. Of course they don't. They don't need it because they wrote their stuff to be standards compliant from the ground up.
2. You have performance listed twice.
3. Firefox has developer tools in it.
4. You forgot one under reliabliity: "Can't use HTML editing fields to enter comments on websites". IE 9 gets a checkbox while the others don't.... because they can actually use HTML editing fields on sites like silverlight.net etc. etc. etc. (fortunately you only use a text box on this site otherwise I'd be screwed).
Yes, IE 9 is MUCH BETTER. Heck I might even switch back as my default browser if I could actually post in forums. But let's be realistic here people.