Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 26th Jul 2006 20:43 UTC
Internet Explorer Microsoft plans to automatically push Internet Explorer 7 to Windows XP users when the browser update is ready later this year. IE 7 will be delivered in the fourth quarter as a 'high priority' update via Automatic Updates in Windows XP, Gary Schare, Microsoft's director of IE product management, said in an interview Tuesday.
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RE: lol
by MollyC on Thu 27th Jul 2006 05:51 UTC in reply to "lol"
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"seems that MS has to "force" his customers to update to IE7. In other OS the decision to upgrade on a completely other version is not enforced."

It's not "enforced" in this case either.
Read the IE blog and be enlightened.

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RE[2]: lol
by bornagainenguin on Thu 27th Jul 2006 07:05 in reply to "RE: lol"
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Because Microsoft has never lied about these types of things before....right?

Sure, I'll take their word for it--nothing harmful here, just like with WGA, WMP and oh lookee here, IE itself! Try to understand if most of us who have used Microsoft for awhile tend to take such things with a grain of salt, the burnt child tending to be skittish around fire and all..


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