Friday, October 20, 2006

Microsoft launches IE7

"Microsoft launches IE7 with tabbed browsing."

Microsoft has updated its popular Internet Explorer web browser, with a number of new features, including tabbed browsing.

Initially launched as a beta test in February this year, Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 has now gone public and is available for download on the Microsoft web site.

The browser requires Windows XP with SP2, Windows XP Pro 64-bit edition, or any version of Windows Server 2003 to run.

A new tabbed browsing feature, similar to that offered by rivals Opera and Mozilla, lets users sort their tabs into a group, which can be opened with one click. This negates the need to have multiple tabs displayed at the bottom of the screen when surfing several websites simultaneously.

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