Wednesday, June 08, 2005
Coming to a Windows PC near you - IE 7.0
Here's an article going into Microsoft's plan to roll out the new Internet Explorer 7.0 with lower priviledges enabled by default. They hope to help stop browser-based hacking by making these changes. Other changes that should ship with IE 7 are listed, like support for RSS feeds and International Domain Names (IDN). According to an article written in February, it'll only be available to Windows XP users with Service Pack 2 - so users of older Windows OS'es are out of luck I guess. Why worry - just use Firefox instead!
Posted by Matt at 11:31 AM