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  • Internet Explorer 7 as an RSS Aggregator

    I was able to get some answers to my question on whether or not Windows Vista will have an RSS Aggregator. The answer is yes of course but its within Internet Explorer 7.0 itself. IE 7 users in Windows Vista will be able to subscribe and maintain their Favorite set of feeds within their Favorites and...
  • IE 7.0 Chat reveals new info

    Today, a team of Microsoft folks chatted with Beta testers giving information and address concerns testers have had during the past month of testing. I was unable to attend the chat directly, but a friend supplied me with the transcript. I won't post the entire transcript, but will talk about the best...
  • Online Banking with IE 7

    So today I went to Wells Fargo's website to sign in to check my checking account and so fourth, all that fun online banking stuff. I had upgraded all my browsers I normally use to Internet Explorer 7 Beta 1. Well, Wells Fargo's website tells me "Wells Fargo no longer supports the browser version you...
  • Introducing Windows Internet Explorer 7.0

    Today, Mr. Tony Chor from the IE Team introduced the new Windows Internet Explorer 7.0 logo and branding to the world from their awesome IE Blog today. "Hopefully, by now you’ve seen from our posts that there are a lot of new features and work going into IE 7. As part of this update, we’re refreshing...
  • Internet Explorer Security

    The IE Blog is on a roll! Some very cool stuff is talked about, mainly security in Internet Explorer 7 and what's coming up for IE 7 Beta 2. I did not know that in IE 7, you can run in "No Add-ons Mode" - this mode allows IE to run without installing add-ons such as ActiveX controls. I'm going to test...
  • RSS Features in Internet Explorer 7

    Jane Kim, Program Manager for RSS in Internet Explorer, made a really cool post at the IE Blog regarding IE 7's RSS Features. For those of you unsure of the new RSS features in Internet Explorer 7, I strongly suggest reading what Jane has to say because its very cool stuff! And it also looks like the...
  • Is Internet Explorer 'unworkable'?

    To quote Paul Thurrott today on Internet Explorer (mentioned in previous posts by Robert): "It is a cancer on the Web, and must be stopped. IE is insecure and is not standards-compliant, which makes it unworkable for both end users and Web content creators." I have to ask, as a "end user", how is Internet...
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