Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 1st Jul 2006 16:12 UTC, submitted by Karyn Good
Internet Explorer NeoSmart has a review of the just released Internet Explorer 7 and screenshots to match. The review focuses on the user interface, security, and compatibility of Internet Explorer 7 compared to IE6, Opera, and Firefox. They conclude: "The world of online browsing has finally reached a point where, by-and-large, it doesn't matter what browser a user chooses or how they decide to browse the web, for the most part pages will display the way they should, the users will be secure, and malware needs to find a new venue. This latest build of Internet Explorer 7 only strengthened our opinion."
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Still not...
by vasko_dinkov on Sat 1st Jul 2006 19:00 UTC
vasko_dinkov
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2005-09-13

"The world of online browsing has finally reached a point where, by-and-large, it doesn't matter what browser a user chooses...."

I think we are still pretty far away from that point. There is still time to come till IE7 replaces all (or most) copies of IE6.

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RE: Still not...
by Dolphin on Sat 1st Jul 2006 19:04 in reply to "Still not..."
Dolphin Member since:
2006-05-01

That's a given - it's quite cleare the authors meant that <em>with IE7</em>, FF 2/3, and Opera 9 that's the case... but obviously it's an imperfect world.

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