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** Internet Explorer 7 for Windows XP Comming. **
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 2/15/2005 11:22:00 PM.

On Tuesday February 15, 2005, Bill Gates announced plans for a new version of Internet Explorer (IE7) for Windows XP SP2 as part of the keynote address at the RSA Security Conference in San Francisco, CA. The new version will be called Internet Explorer 7 and a beta version will be available this summer.

During his keynote address at the annual RSA Conference today, Bill Gates, chairman and chief software architect at Microsoft Corp., announced continued innovation and technology investments including future enhancements for safer Web browsing, such as plans for a new version of Microsoft Internet Explorer for Windows XP Service Pack 2 customers; expanding anti-spyware protection by including the Windows AntiSpyware technology at no additional charge as part of the Windows value proposition; edge protection technology for businesses, notably the release to manufacturing (RTM) of Microsoft Internet Security & Acceleration (ISA) Server 2004 Enterprise Edition; and the need for more robust anti-virus protections for collaboration and messaging, demonstrated with Microsoft's intention to acquire Sybari Software Inc.

Gates also announced the Windows Update beta to start mid-march, and a final version of the Windows Anti-Spyware tool to be made available to all customers of licensed Windows at no charge.

Press Release: Bill Gates Keynote Address
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  • About time too !!
    Too late for me though, i've become a diehard firfox(er?)

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2/16/2005 01:28:00 AM  

  • Competition is always good folks … isn’t It.?

    Without FF and its 25 million downloads, MS would have never thought about updating the IE without an OS upgrade.

    I just want better standards compliance, RSS support, better SECURITY and maybe tabbed browsing.

    By Blogger G3nu1n3, at 2/16/2005 08:33:00 AM  

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