Microsoft releases final IE 7 beta

A new Internet Explorer beta shows that Microsoft is trying to put its browser security woes behind it.

The software maker plans to release the third and last beta version of IE 7 on Thursday, getting closer to final delivery by the end of 2006. It will be the first major update to the popular Web browser in five years, and much of the focus for the new version is on security.

"Security was the No. 1 investment we made in IE 7, in terms of our development resources," Tony Chor, Microsoft's group program manager for the browser, said in an interview.

Download: Internet Explorer 7 Beta 3 (build number 7.0.5450.4)
Link: Full story (Microsoft readies final IE 7 beta)
News source: C|Net

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