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Internet Explorer 7.0 RC1 reviewed

Posted on Wednesday, August 30 2006 @ 02:23:53 CEST by


Paul Thurrott from SuperSite for Windows takes a quick look at the new Release Candidate 1 version of Internet Explorer 7:
With each subsequent IE 7 pre-release milestone, there's less and less to talk about. That's a good thing, actually: IE 7 is turning into a stable, reliable and even desirable Web browser, one that millions of people from around the world will quickly adopt when its released in Q4 2006 (late October or early November is my guess). With RC1, there's precious little going on: This release is all about minor fit and finish improvements (toolbar unlocking actually works now, for example), bug fixing, and performance improvements.
You can read his review over here.


 



 

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