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Internet Explorer 7 64-Bit

Internet Explorer 7

Just when you thought you wouldn’t see another version of Internet Explorer in the next ice age, Microsoft hit the world with a brand new version of its powerful surf software.

It’s been a long time since many web users are tired of waiting for Microsoft to update their technology and have looked elsewhere in the direction of Firefox in particular.

Now the great, evil king of the browser world is not in a position to see his crown broken, but what? Can he do enough to conquer his wilderness?

For starters, the newly upgraded interface is definitely an upgrade.

Microsoft basically pulled the menu bar and hid all the tools and services in a set of compact icons, subtly right at the top of the interface.

Allows you to view pages in a much larger display space. IE finally decided to support browsing tabs. Includes a new instant access tab, as well as a smart Quick Tabs button that opens the preview of all your tabs that have been unlocked on the screen, and unlike Firefox, IE 7 actually has a lock button on each tab.

You can even save tabs groups as your home page so that everything starts when it starts. We also appreciate the publishing preview tool, which transforms the page according to your page 7 and improves how it integrates RSS. When you encounter a RSS-enabled web, the icon turns orange from the toolbar icon.

Click on it and you will come to a page that shows all the web feeds. Just click the link for this feed link to add it to your favorites.

You can also register by clicking on the small star icon on the left. Unlike Firefox, however, there is no comment on the drop in everything on the feed.

The Love Center, opened by clicking on the icon of the big star, is divided into favorites, feeds and history.

Security is usually one of the characteristics of IE.

In addition to the pop-up blocker, version 7 also deletes the anti-phishing filter. To try, we have opened the most popular phishing sites published on Phishtank. To our disappointment, the filter could not report many items. Phishing may be IE 7s powerful, but the browser has at least 2 SSL security protocols.

0 and 3.0 and TLS 1.0, like Firefox.

Despite all the improvements, IE is far from perfect. Like Firefox, IE does not pass the Acid2 test and does not even support the latest standards.

We found that IE pulls and pulls when new tabs are opened, part of the tools and the use of new settings. You can add a large number of vendors and search add-ons from the Microsoft website, but they are still very small compared to Mozilla’s Firefox extensions.

In addition, IE 7 is actually limited to those who have XP SP2, and for some reason you need to turn off your antivirus software and restart your computer to install it properly (function () {(‘review-app-page’) – desktop);} );

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