Microsoft has released a preview of the Internet Explorer 7.0 web browser, which contains new features such as tabbed browsing and functions that make it easier to subscribe to your favourite RSS feeds (like Tech Digest obviously), plus a re-worked interface. It also comes with technology designed to alert users if they stray onto fraudulent phishing websites.
The point of releasing is latest version is for feedback, particularly in relation to accessing sites with the new browser. The 11.2MB download of IE7 beta 2 is only available for Windows XP SP2 users. First impressions are that Microsoft has added features currently used in Firefox or Opera browsers. If you want a closer look, you can can download it here. Or you can download Firefox here instead!
Via The Register
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