Internet Explorer has been designed to make everyday tasks easier, provide dynamic security protection and improve the development platform and manageability. End user improvements include a streamlined interface, tabbed browsing, printing advances, improved search functionality, instant feeds (RSS), dynamic security protection, and more.
Internet Explorer provides improved navigation through tabbed browsing, web search right from the toolbar, advanced printing, easy discovery, reading and subscription to RSS feeds, and much more. It also provides security through a robust new architecture, security features that help defend against malicious software, and new ways to better protect against the theft of personal data from fraudulent websites. It has improved support for cascading style sheets, a rich RSS feeds platform, and robust tools for deploying and managing Internet Explorer 7 in large enterprise environments.
Reviewing 7.0.5730.13 (Dec 28, 2007)
Terrible browser. Compared to Opera, Seamonkey and Firefox, this is a total joke. Anyone giving this higher that a 2 hasn't used these other browsers. Let newb nation continue using IE, the rest of us are with the program.
Reviewing 7.0.5730.13 (Oct 4, 2007)
IE7 is a most excellent browser. It's stable, fast and secure. Yes, just as secure as any other browser. It doesn't gobble up resources like one browser I tried. There's no need to install tons of "extensions" just to get functionality. IE7 is the best.
Reviewing 7.0 Final (Jan 8, 2007)
It may not be such a good idea to use this on non-2007 servers, as it breaks quite a few things, mostly with some MMC snap-ins.
You shouldn't be surfing the web on a server anyway... so any new features in IE7 are useless for server admins.
Outlook 2003/Outlook Express will also not print email headers properly on a lot of emails, so it will not show "From:" and "To:" at the top of some printed emails.
In short: it breaks quite a few things and with the userbase IE6/7 has, this is unacceptable. The fixes are very slow at making their way to users (if at all) given that the userbase is millions of people.
Reviewing 7.0 Final (Oct 19, 2006)
Bah, Firefox still the best. Especially with the extensions.
Internet Explorer is just a lame browser.
Reviewing 7.0.5450.4 Beta 3 (Jun 30, 2006)
Good bye Firefox :) IE is back!!!
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