The final version of IE 7 appears
Subject: General Tech | October 19, 2006 - 08:59 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
CNET has a lot of links to reviews and downloads of the just released IE 7. As long as you have Windows XP or Server 2003, you can update and try out the newest incarnation of this browser. On the other hand, there has already been a vulnerability revealed, which can disclose personal information on websites with mhtml: URL handlers.
"It's been almost five years since the last major version of Internet Explorer was released. Now Microsoft is sending out IE 7, the
long-awaited update. Is it ready for prime time--and Firefox?"
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- The Secret to Linux
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- How Can Ubuntu Improve? @ MadPenguin
- The Mysteries of Firmware Upgrades @ PC Mechanic
- Google Plants a Flag on YouTube @ PC Mechanic
- D-I-Y Websites @ PC Mechanic
- DigitalLife 2006 Wrap-up @ Digital Trends
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