Saturday May 27, 2006 1:02 am
Windows Vista To Get Internet Explorer 7+
Microsoft has made it known that there will be two versions of Internet Explorer 7 available. Current Windows XP users will get IE7, while Windows Vista users will get the ultra-super Internet Explorer 7+. How cool is that? Well, apparently, not very. It seems that all the plus sign signifies is the addition of Protected Mode, Network Diagnostics, and Parental Control. These features are left out of the Windows XP version of the browser, which sparked the name change. Still, the fact that you can run IE7+ on Windows Vista Ultimate, alongside Office 2007 Ultimate has us feeling like a superhero.
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