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Internet Explorer 7 Released

Discussion in 'Software' started by michael78, Oct 19, 2006.

  1. michael78

    michael78 Terabyte Poster

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    The full release version of Explorer 7 has been released get it here
     
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  2. mojorisin

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    Already using the Beta on my own pc without much problem question is do i roll this out at work using WSUS ???:biggrin:biggrin:biggrin

    Might wait until the usual problems have been ironed out
     
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  3. Mr.Cheeks

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    just had a quick tour of the site and i think i'll stick to Firefox - the only part that seems to be different is that they got an information point that informs you whether the site is a known phising site or not...

    Does anyone know the advantages of IE7 over Firefox?
     
  4. Bluerinse
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    Well IE7 will be compatible with the windows update site and any other site which uses ActiveX controls bear in mind that this functionality is what led to the plethora of malware and spyware in the first place. Hopefully Microsoft have put some reigns on what web sites can do without your intention.
     
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  5. Keimos

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    Just done the biz,

    Have FF and IE7, have had beta for a bit.

    Its OK apart from the TFT, LCD technology. it basically screws up how you want to see stuff.

    Other than that, its OK. try it and see.

    FF is still my default although I am wavering

    Keimos
     
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  6. Theprof

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    I've been using IE6 for a while, then started with FF, using now as a matter and fact while I am downloading IE7, I will give it a try and see what it has to offer
     
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  7. The_Geek

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    I have IE7 installed on my server.

    Gonna take some getting used to.
     
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  8. Sparky
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    Good question, it looks like IE7 is going to be pushed as a high priority update at some stage. Watch the chaos as users go crazy with the new browser, at least ‘favourites’ gets migrated, that always seems to be a top priority with users for some reason! Is it that hard to remember google.co.uk? :biggrin
     
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  9. Bluerinse
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    Tut tut, shouldn't that be certforums.co.uk :dry
     
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  10. mojorisin

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    Yes and the fact that the My Favourites is in a completely different place !!

    We will have plenty moaning "but i have done it that way for years" :biggrin
     
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  11. michael78

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    I think that IE7 is a big improvement over IE6. I still use IE in conjunction with FF because both have advantages over the other in certain aspects.
     
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