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Microsoft tags IE 7 'high priority' update

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  1. Mr.Cheeks

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    Microsoft tags IE 7 'high priority' update

    Microsoft plans to automatically push Internet Explorer 7 to Windows XP users when the browser update is ready later this year.

    IE 7 will be delivered in the fourth quarter as a "high priority" update via Automatic Updates in Windows XP, Gary Schare, Microsoft's director of IE product management, said in an interview Tuesday. Automatic Updates is a Windows feature typically used for security updates, but Microsoft has also used it to push its antipiracy tool WGA Notifications....

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