Linked by Matt Brewer on Fri 12th Dec 2003 20:43 UTC
Internet Explorer The new version of Internet Explorer in Longhorn 4051 is version 6.05.4051.0.  Even though Longhorn is many years away (if ever!) the folks at Microsoft have realized that people want more from their browser, due to popularity of the competition, ex. Mozilla. UPDATE: Longhorn 4051 review.
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Re: roddog
by Darius on Sat 13th Dec 2003 17:23 UTC

Do you realize how irrelevant your arguements are? I hate to bring a little realization into the scene, but the following selling points from MyIE2 (these are from their web page).
Is there anything new here? Tell me how this expands my "internet experience."

In the context of IE, there is a LOT new here. In my case, I work for a company that has an Intranet full of ActiveX controls and IE-only crap. So in my case, using Opera or a Mozilla-based browser is not an option. (Even if it would work, it's wouldn't be allowed.) In this case (and for the few websites that are non-IE hostile), MyIE2 definitely comes in handy.
As I said, it's a browser to use when you MUST use IE. Otherwise, it's not good for much.