Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 29th May 2006 22:14 UTC
Internet Explorer Microsoft has said that the version of IE7 for Vista will differ slightly from the one for XP and down. "I want to announce that we will be naming the version of IE7 in Windows Vista 'Internet Explorer 7+'. While all versions of IE7 are built from the same code base, there are some important differences in IE7+, most significantly the addition of Windows Vista-only features like Protected Mode, Parental Controls, and improved Network Diagnostics. These features take advantage of big changes in Windows Vista and weren't practical to bring downlevel."
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RE: Wow
by Noremacam on Mon 29th May 2006 22:58 UTC in reply to "Wow"
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Well, the parental control could be effective if it's controlled above the application layer. Granted if the kid is talented enough, they could find a proxy method.

Also, they could create an account for the kids that wouldn't allow them to install a new browser(although I know a way or two around that as well).

Edited 2006-05-29 23:00

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